The American Revolution in South Carolina

 The Lieutenants
Lieutenant First Unit Served In As a Lieutenant From To Notes Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Abney, William SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1778 Later, a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.
Adair, Joseph Jr. Little River District Regiment Also served as Deputy Commissary.  Dates unknown.
Adair, William SC 6th Regiment 1780 POW at Fall of Charleston.  Later Adjutant under Col. Edward Lacey. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Adams, Alexander Camden District Regiment 1775 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Nixon, Col. John Winn.  1778, this unit was in the Fairfield Regiment.
Adams, David SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1777 7/4/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Shubrick. Resigned on 4/22/1777.  
Adams, Joel Camden District Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin during 1779. Stono Ferry.
Adams, John Carroll SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 Was Corporal and Sergeant in SC 3rd Regiment.  A Lieutenant in SC Dragoons 1779-1780 under Col. Daniel Horry. 1780, under Capt. William McKenzie, Col. William Hill, as a Sergeant again. -
Adams, William Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Murphy, Col. William Hill.  Dates unknown.
Addington, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Moses White.
Addington, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 Volunteered at the Old Block House at Fair Forest.  A Lieutenant under Capt. William Young.  At Siege of Ninety-Six. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Ainger, Joseph Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 2nd Lieutenant in the Prince William's Parish Volunteer Company of Dragoons under Capt. Charles Browne.
Akins, William SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Ross during 1781.
Alexander, Abraham SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Burns and Capt. William McKenzie (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).
Alexander, Andrew SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Alexander and Col. Wade Hampton during 1781.
Alexander, Charles SC 6th Regiment Dates unknown.
Alexander, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.
Alexander, Joseph Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 From Spartan District, joined 1775 under Col. John Thomas.  1781, a Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Allen, Jeremiah Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 From Cheraws District.  Lieutenant and Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Allen, Josiah Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Andrew Pickens before the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Allison, James H. 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Private and a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1780-1782.  Nothing more known.
Allison, John Fairfield Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Allison.  Promoted to Captain 1778. Snow Campaign.
Allison, Robert Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Marlboro District.  Private and Lieutenant during 1782 in Marion's Brigade.  May have been a Captain.
Ammen, Thomas Fairfield Regiment 1782 1782 Promoted from Sergeant.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Charnal Durham at Four Holes.
Anahorn, Eli SC 4th Regiment Dates unknown.
Anderson, David SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Caldwell.  1778, joined Capt. James Middleton as an Ensign, then re-promoted to Lieutenant.  Dates unknown.
Anderson, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Robins and Col. Edward Lacey. Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Ft. Watson, Orangeburgh, Ft. Granby.
Anderson, John 1781 Lieutenant in Dragoons.  Retired July 1781.  Nothing more known.
Anderson, Philip 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Sergeant and Lieutenant under Capt. George Aubrey and Col. Thomas Brandon.
Armstrong, John Berkeley County Regiment Dates unknown.
Armstrong, Martin Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Wood and Col. Benjamin Roebuck before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Armstrong (Berkeley County Regiment). Dates unknown.
Armstrong, Robert SC 1st Regiment 1775 Also served in Marion's Brigade, dates, rank, and unit unknown.
Arnold, Benjamin Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A 2nd Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor 1781-1782.
Ash, William Jr. New Acquistion District Regiment A Sergeant under Lt. Alex Mooraed, and a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Bratton.  Also a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Hanna.  Dates unknown.
Ashberry, Lindley 2nd Spartan Regiment A Private, a Sergeant and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Ashby, Anthony SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Captain 11/28/1776.
Ashton, John Prisoner at Plymouth and sometime became a Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
Atkins, Elisha Fairfield Regiment A Wagoner in 1779.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Watkins.  Dates unknown.
Aubrey, Chandler 2nd Spartan Regiment A Private, Sergeant, and Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon before and after fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Aubrey, George 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Levi Casey.  1780-1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. Gavin Gordon and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Promoted to Captain in 1781. Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks
Augustus, Lewis SC 4th Regiment 1777 Promoted to Captain-Lieutenant.  Captured on 9/1/1777 at Iron Hill.
Avon, John Nothing more known.
Axon, Richard SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780
Bacon, Nathaniel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Hammond.  Promoted to Captain in 1779.
Bacot, Samuel SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1782 From Cheraws District.  Captured at Fall of Charleston.  Escaped.  Then, a Lieutenant in Upper Craven County Regiment. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Baillie, Robert Carnibi SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1779 Promoted to Captain.  Killed at Siege of Savannah on Oct. 9, 1779.  aka Robert Bailey.
Baker, Jesse SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1778 Promoted to Captain 10/2/1778.
Baker, Richard Bohun SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1778 10/12/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. 11/22/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 4/25/1778. Ft. Moultrie
Baker, Stephen SC 6th Regiment Dates unknown.
Baker, William Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Round O Company under Capt. William Sanders.
Baldwin, Isaac 1782 1782 Earlier, a Private.  95 Days as a Lieutenant.  Unit unknown.
Ball, Richard 1780 1780 A Private in 1779, then a Lieutenant in Oct. 1780.  Unit unknown.
Ballard, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Nettles and Col. John Marshall.  Promoted to Captain.
Barefield, Stephen Georgetown District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant at Georgetown during 1782.  aka Stephen Barfield.
Barnet, William Jr. 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 First a private under Capt. John Drennan.   A Lieutenant under Capt. Henry White.   Also Adjutant under Lt. Col. James Postell in 1781.
Barnett, Humphrey New Acquistion District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William McCulloch.  Dates unknown.
Barnett, Jacob New Acquistion District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. William Byers.  Dates unknown.  Promoted to Captain. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Barnett, Joseph GA Milita 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Crawford Apr-Jul 1780.  Also served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck, dates unknown.
Barnett, William Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Barnett and Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  Also an Adjutant.
Barnwell, Edward SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Barnwell.   Then, a Captain under Col. Stephen Bull.  
Barr, Nathan Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Montgomery.  Dates unknown.
Barrett, William New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Elijah Steele, dates unknown.  After Fall of Charleston, this would be Turkey Creek Regiment.
Barrey, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Anderson, Capt. Andrew Love, and Col. Thomas Neel.  Promoted to Captain.
Barron, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Promoted from Sergeant 5/12/1780.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Barnett and Col. Thomas Brandon.  Also in Light Dragoons under Capt. Samuel Martin and Lt. Col. William Polk, rank and dates unknown.
Barron, John New Acquistion District Regiment Lieutenant and Captain.  Dates unknown.
Barry, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant and Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Benjamin Roebuck 1778-1782.  Apparently, also served in New Acquisition District Regiment for a time under Capt. John Henderson.  Aka John Berry.  1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew Neel (New Acquisition District Regiment).
Baskin, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1783 First, a Captain and wounded at Cherokeetown 6/26/1776.  1780-1783, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Baskin.
Basquen, William SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1783 3/6/1872, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. James Simons and Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.
Bates, Henry Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant in the Camden Company.  Dates unknown.  Killed at Quinby's Bridge. Quinby's Bridge
Bawdey, John A Sergeant and a Lieutenant in Pickens' Brigade.  Dates and unit unknown.
Baxter, Andrew Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Foster and Lt. Col. Henry Hampton. Earlier, a Lieutenant in NC Militia. From Mecklenburg County, NC. W4635. Ft. Granby.
Baxton, John Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Moore and Col. William Harden.
Beames, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 Resigned Oct. 1778.
Beard, Ulrick Orangeburgh District Regiment 1782 1782 1780-1782, a Private.  49 Days as a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Gabriel A. Fridign during 1782.
Beard, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Moore, dates unknown.
Beckham, Thomas Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. LeRoy Hammond 1779-1780.  When Charleston fell, he was made a prisoner.  After exchange, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Martin and Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Then served under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond as a Light Dragoon. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Augusta.
Beekman, Samuel SC 2nd Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant in March 1780.  Captured on May 8, 1780, a POW.  Possibly a Captain in Militia during 1776, unit unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Belieu, Reney Spartan Regiment 1776 A Lieuteant under Capt. William Plummer, Col. John Thomas, Sr.  At some time, served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), dates and unit unknown.
Belin, Allard SC 1st Regiment 1776 1777 Resigned 5/31/1777. Appointed Deputy QM on 6/22/1779. Later in Marion's Brigade, unit, rank and dates unknown.
Bell, Henry SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham in 1782.  
Bell, John Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Private under Capt. John Gray and Col. Richard Winn 1780-1782, then under Capt. Andrew Gray during Aug. 1782.  Also a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Adams, Capt. Alexander Crafford (Turkey Creek Regiment).
Bellamy, Abraham 1781 1782 A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782.  Unit unknown.
Bellinger, George Charles Town District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Volunteers.  POW taken at Charleston on April 14, 1780. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Bentham, James Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1778 Grenadier Company.  Promoted to Captain in 1778, then to Major.
Benton, Samuel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. John Kimbrough.
Bethany, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor 1781-1782.  Also a Commissary and a Captain.
Bethea, Goodman Georgetown District Regiment 19 Days as a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.
Bier, William Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton during 1781.
Bilbory, Nathaniel Lee's Legion 1781 1781 Commissioned Lieutenant in 1781.  Served under Lt. Col. Henry Lee.
Bird, John SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 First in SC 6th Regiment.  Reinlisted in SC 1st Regiment as a Sergeant under Capt. George Turner, promoted to Lieutenant, Adjutant.   POW at fall of Charleston.  Resigned commission in 1781, joined BG Thomas Sumter as a Lieutenant again. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Bird, William SC 1st Regiment 1780 1780 First in SC 6th Regiment.  Reenlisted in SC 1st Regiment in 1779, a Corporal, Sergeant Major, and Lieutenant.  POW at fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Bishop, Edmond Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck before and after fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.  Also served under Capt. William Young, Lt. Col. James Steen (2nd Spartan Regiment), dates unknown.
Black, Guyan 1780 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1780.  Nothing more known.
Black, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1780 35 Days as a Lieutenant.
Black, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Neel.  1780-1781, a Private and a Lieutenant under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).
Blake, John SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Captain.  Resigned on 4/25/1778.
Blake, John Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Served as either a Lieutenant or a Captain during 1780.  Possibly the same man as above.
Blameyer, William SC 5th Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant in March 1778 on West Indies Expedition. Resigned Nov. 1778 as Captain.
Blessingham, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Blessingham, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Putman and Capt. James Crawford.  Promoted to Captain.
Bonneau, "Unknown" A Lieutenant in Militia.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779.
Bonnetheau, Peter Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Battalion of Artillery. 
Boon, "Unknown" A Lieutenant in Militia.  Wounded at the Battle of Eutaw Springs. Possibly Thomas Boon. Eutaw Springs.
Boroneau, "Unknown" A Lieutenant in Militia.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779.
Bosquin, William A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Bouchillon, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1779. 
Bouchillon, Joseph Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Matthew Beraud in the New Bordeaux Company of Militia.  Promoted to Captain on 8/5/1779.
Bowers, Benjamin A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Bowler, George 1st Spartan Regiment After Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.  Dates unknown.
Bowler, William Colleton County Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant in the Godfrey's Savannah Company May to July 1781.  Later, a Private.
Boyce, Alexander SC 6th Regiment 1776 1778 Promoted to Captain on 6/27/1778.  Died on 11/1/1779
Boyd, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Mansfield.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Steel (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Also, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Morris (Turkey Creek Regiment).
Boyer, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted to Capt. after Isaac Cook resigned.  Reenlisted in 1781 as a Lieutenant under Capt. David Glynn (?) and Col. John Thomas, Jr. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Boykin, Burwell SC 1st Regiment A Lieutenant in June 1776.
Boykin, Francis SC 1st Regiment 1775 1775 Transferred to SC 3rd Regiment in 1775 under Capt. Eli Kershaw, then promoted to Captain.
Boykin, Francis Kershaw Regiment A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Dates unknown.
Boykin, John Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons Dates unknown.  From Kershaw District.
Bradley, "Unknown" Berkeley County Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Armstrong.
Bradwell, Nathaniel SC 1st Regiment 1775 1780 2nd Lt., promoted to 1st Lt. on 5/12/1779.
Branne, John A Lieutenant, unit and dates unknown.  Killed 9/19/1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Bratcher, William Spartan Regiment 1776 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Gowen and Lt. Col. Henry White.  Promoted to Captain in 1779.
Breedwell, Nathaniel A Lieutenant in Militia.  Taken POW 5/8/1780, exchanged in March 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Brewton, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Briggs, William A Lieutenant in Militia before Fall of Charleston.  A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston, dates unknown.
Britton, Daniel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 From Williamsburg District.  A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Port.
Britton, David Cheraws District Regiment A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Britton, Henry Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1780 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. John Dozier.  Later, a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Brocket, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. George Neely.  Promoted to Captain in 1782.
Brocketard, William Nothing more known
Brooks, Elisha Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Wallace.  Dates unknown.  At Siege of Ninety-Six. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Brooks, Peter Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 Lieutenant under Capt. George Roebuck, and Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  
Broughton, Thomas SC Light Dragoons 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Calhoun and Maj./Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham, also Forage Master and Quarter Master. Killed at the battle of Wambaw Bridge. Wambaw Bridge.
Brown, Archibald Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 Sent to France, returned made a Lieutenant, then promoted back to Captain.  At fall of Charleston.
Brown, Benjamin SC 6th Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain on 11/1/1779.
Brown, Charles SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 Enlisted in 1776.  1778, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Williams and Capt. Thomas Pinckney.  POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged in July 1781.  Served to the end of the war, rank and unit unknown. Port Royal Island #1, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Brown, Gabriel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 Promoted to Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Brown, John SC 3rd Regiment 1779 Wounded at Port Royal Island 2/9/1779 under Capt. Edward Richardson.  Killed at Stono Ferry 6/20/1779. Port Royal Island #1, Stono Ferry.
Brown, Joseph 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Lindsay and Lt. Col. John Lisle, Sr.  After battle of Blackstocks, joined Lt. Col. Philemon Waters in 1st Spartan Regiment. Stono Ferry, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Brown, Richard SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1779 Wounded at Port Royal Island on 2/9/1779, under Capt. Edward Richardson. Port Royal Island #1.
Brown, Tarleton Jr. Granville County Regiment 1778 1781 Resided in Barnwell County, first under Capt. James Moore in 1776.  1778, commissioned a Lieutenant under Capt. Shadrack Inman.  Promoted to Captain on 4/1/1781 under Col. William Harden.
Brown, William Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Richard Winn, dates unknown.
Brown, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Youngblood and Capt. William Barrey (New Acquisition District Regiment).
Bruce, Charles Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Major Parson and Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Promoted to Captain on 5/24/1782.
Bruce, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Bruneau, "Unknown" A Lieutenant.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779.  Nothing more known. Siege of Savannah.
Bryan, John SC 3rd Regiment of Dragoons 1782 1782 8/2/1782, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. James Simons and Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.  
Bryan, John Sr. Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant and a Paymaster under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.
Bryant, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment From Edgefield District.  Promoted to Captain - Under Col. Robert Anderson.
Bryant, William Private in SC 3rd Regiment for nine months.  Later, a Private and a Lieutenant in Militia after Fall of Charleston
Buchanan, "Unknown" SC 2nd Regiment Nothing more known.
Buchanan, John SC 6th Regiment   1780  Earlier in SC 2nd Regiment, rank and dates unknown. Feb. 1780, a Lieutenant transferred to the SC 2nd Regiment as a Lieutenant. POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged in June of 1781. Served as a Captain till the end of the war, unit unknown. Siege of Charleston.
Buchanan, Robert SC 6th Regiment 1776 1780 From Fairfield District.  POW at Fall of Charleston, died. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Buckholtz, Peter Georgetown District Regiment 1782 1782 Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Foxworth, Maj. Alexander Swinton, Col. John Ervin.
Buise, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. Vardry McBee, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Burgess, Joel 1781 A Lieutenant in the expedition against Indians in 1781.  May have also been in Marion's Brigade.
Burgess, Richard 2nd Spartan Regiment 1777 1783 A Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. William Young, Col. Thomas Brandon.
Burke, Adam SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 Resigned 2/23/1778.
Burke, Aedanus SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 8/10/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Francis Huger. Transferred to Capt. William Oliphant's company on 9/6/1776. 8/4/1777, a 1st Lieutenant. Resigned 2/22/1778. 1778, also a Lieutenant under Capt. James Bentham and Col. Maurice Simons in the Charles Town District Regiment of Militia. 1779, a Lieutenant in the SC 1st Regiment, dates not known. Joined Militia again as a Captain in 1780.
Burnett, Jacob SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Maj. Hezekiah Maham, Col. Daniel Horry.
Burton, Samuel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Port.
Bush, Isaac Upper Granville County Regiment 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Sapp during 1782. 
Bush, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1779 9/26/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Child Harleston. Resigned on 7/7/1778. Rejoined as a 2nd Lieutenant on 5/10/1779 under Capt. Thomas Moultrie. Killed while carrying the SC 2nd Regiment's colors at the Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Bushop, Edmund 1st Spartan Regiment 1783 1783 A Lieutenant under Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1783.
Butler, "Unknown" 1779 1779 A Lieutenant of Horse 9/19/1779 to 10/27/1779.  Unit unknown.
Butler, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. John Thomas, Jr. at Siege of Savannah. Siege of Savannah.
Butler, William Pulaski's Legion 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under BG Kazimir Pulaski.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Michael Watson in 1780. Promoted to Captain upon Watson's death in 1782.  Stono Ferry.
Buxton, Jacob Granville County Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Garden, unit and dates unknown.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Thomson, and a Captain under Col. William Harden (Upper Granville County Regiment).  Dates unknown. Briar Creek (GA)
Caddett, "Unknown" A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
Cain, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant after Fall of Charleston under Capt. David Maxwell.  Then a Private under Capt. Joseph Hughes, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) 1781-1783.
Cain, Patrick SC 3rd Regiment 1777
Cain, William SC 3rd Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Wilson.
Caine, John New Acquistion District Regiment A Lieutenant and Assistant Deputy Purveyor under Capt. William McCulloch and Col. Thomas Neel.  Dates unknown.
Caldwell, James Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Norwood in Pickens' Brigade.  Wounded at Cowpens.  Promoted to Captain 4/2/1781. Cowpens.
Caldwell, John Little River District Regiment 1779 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Norwood in Pickens' Brigade.  Also served under Capt. Robert Caruthers (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Caldwell, William SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 From Newberry District.  A Lieutenant under his brother, Captain John Caldwell.  POW at Fall of Charleston, taken to St. Augustine.  Later released and at Cowpens, rank and unit unknown. Ft. Moultrie.
Calhoun, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 Entered as Private in 1780, promoted to Lieutenant then to Captain under Col. Robert Anderson.  Wounded at Cowpens. Cowpens.
Calhoun, Joseph Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Alexander Noble.  Then, a Captain.
Calhoun, Joseph SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Maj. Hezekiah Maham, promoted to Captain in 1780.
Camel, John Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons aka John Camil.  A Lieutenant under Col. William Hill.  Dates unknown.
Cameron, Allen SC 3rd Regiment 1775
Cameron, John Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Shannon, Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown.
Cameron, Joseph Fairfield Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. Richard Winn during 1782.
Campbell, Alexander Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Philip Walker.  Dates unknown.  Wounded at Hanging Rock while serving under Capt. John McClure of the Turkey Creek Regiment.  Several accounts assert that he was also a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. Hanging Rock.
Campbell, James SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Wade Hampton, unit unknown.
Campbell, Robert SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Burns and Lt. Col. Wade Hampton. 1781, under Capt. Francis Moore and Col. Charles Myddleton in the SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons. Also served for a short time under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham in the SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons.
Cannada, James Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. Joseph Kershaw and guarded Camden Jail during 1780.  1781, a Captain under Col. John Marshall (Kershaw Regiment).
Cannon, John A Lieutenant in Militia after fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Cantey, James Camden District Regiment 1775 1778 First a Lieutenant under Col. Richard Richardson.  Then, a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment until he resigned 3/26/1778.  When Charleston fell, he was a Captain in the Militia.  aka James Cantay. Snow Campaign.
Cantey, Josiah Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 398 Days as a Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall during 1780.  Also drove cattle.
Cantley, John SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 Nine months as a Lieutenant under Col. Daniel Horry, then reenlisted as Sergeant for eighteen months.
Capers, William SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1780 8/4/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Motte. 2/24/1778, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Shubrick (SC 5th Regiment). Transferred to Capt. Thomas Dunbar (SC 2nd Regiment). Resigned 1/20/1780. Somehow captured and imprisoned by Lt. Col. Nisbet Balfour in Charlestown, which he soon escaped from. Reenlisted after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment), became a Captain in 1781.
Carlisle, Francis Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1780 Private, Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Caruthers, Capt. James Caldwell, and a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson. Kettle Creek (GA).
Carns, David Nothing more known.
Carr, William New Acquistion District Regiment 1775 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Byers, Capt. Jacob Barnett, Capt. Daniel Smith, and Capt. Robert Thomson.  Also a Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, Col. Samuel Watson, Col. William Bratton, Col. William Hill. Black Hole (NC), Ft. Moultrie.
Carrington, John A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Carson, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Pickens' Brigade during 1782. 
Carson, James Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1781 Charles Town Artillery.
Carson, Samuel Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Robert Anderson. Williamson's Plantation.
Carswell, Henry New Acquisition District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Henderson, Col. William Bratton.
Carter, Daniel SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 Previously a Private in SC Militia and in NC Militia.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Reed and Lt. Col. Wade Hampton. Ft. Granby, Ft. Motte, Orangeburgh, St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge.
Carter, Dudley Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant in Militia before and after Fall of Charleston.
Carter, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cowan.  At Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Carter, Richard A Lieutenant, unit and dates unknown. 
Carter, Robert Spartan Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Moses Gordon. 
Carter, Samuel Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. Richard Winn. Eutaw Springs.
Carter, Thomas Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1780 A Lieutenant in Militia 1775-1776, and after Fall of Charleston (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates and unit(s) unknown.
Casey, Christopher 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 First under Capt. Benjamin Wofford.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Brooks and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  1781, a Captain. Enoree River
Casey, Levi Spartan Regiment 1775 1778 From Newberry District.  Also served as a Lieutenant in Little River District Regiment.  Later, a Captain and Lt. Colonel.
Cassity, Zachariah Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1783 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton.
Castin, "Unknown" A Lieutenant and an Engineer, unit unknown.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged Jan. 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Cater, Thomas Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Volunteer Company of Beaufort.
Cathey, John Jr. Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  POW at the battle of Camden.  Taken to Charleston, died of Yellow Fever. Camden
Cato, Henry Kershaw Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall Jun-Aug 1781.
Chalmers, James Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. Joseph Dawson.
Chalmers, John New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Walter Carson, Capt. John Peters and Capt. Guthrie.  Promoted to Captain.  Dates unknown.
Chambers, Jacob Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Clark.
Chandler, Daniel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 Served as a Lieutenant under Capt. Jeremiah Williams and Col. LeRoy Hammond.
Chandler, Thomas Berkeley County Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Neilson and Col. Richard Richardson, Jr.  Also under Maj. John James (Kingstree Regiment) and Maj. John Gamble (Berkeley County Regiment) of Marion's Brigade.  Also an Adjutant.
Chappell, Hicks Turkey Creek Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Edward Lacey, then Capt. William Goodwyn, Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment), then Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons), promoted to Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor. Ft. McIntosh (GA, Fishing Creek, Manigault's Ferry.
Charlton, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1775 From Kershaw District.  A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Eli Kershaw.  After the British evacuated Charleston in Dec. 1782, joined Loyalist militia. Congaree River/Mine Creek
Charnock, William SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 A 1st Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment.  Then in the Militia under Capt. Benjamin May.  Promoted to Captain in Kershaw Regiment soon thereafter - dates unknown. Ft. Moultrie
Cherry, Moses 2nd Spartan Regiment A Private under Capt. William Gaston.  Later, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.  Aka Moses Chessy.
Christie, Robert Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Zachariah Smith Brooks.
Clark, David Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1783 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Cowan.
Clark, James Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Edisto Island Company under Capt. Joseph Fickling, Col. Joseph Glover.
Clark, James Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. John Nisbett, Maj. John Collins, Col. Benjamin Roebuck in 1780.   Reenlisted under Capt. Samuel Earle, a 2nd Lieutenant when Capt. Henry Wood replaced Samuel Earle (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  1782, under Capt. Major Parson (Roebucks' Battalion of Spartan Regiment)
Clark, James Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Clark.
Clark, Jonas Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1782 A Sergeant and a Lieutenant under Capt. Nathaniel M. Martin, Lt. Col. William Polk. Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Clark, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant in 1780 under Capt. John Miller, then under Capt. John Peters during 1781. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Friday's Ferry.
Clayton, Abraham Colleton County Regiment 1780 1781 Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain 1779-1781.
Clayton, John Spartan Regiment 1776 1776 A Lieutenant from what is now Greenville County.  1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley (Orangeburgh District Regiment).
Clefford, Charles Colleton County Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in the Pon Pon Company under Capt. Isaac Hayne.
Clegg, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Allen.
Clements, Gabriel Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1780 Private, Ensign, and First Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew DuBose, Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.  Promoted to Captain in 1780.
Clements, Josiah Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 Sergeant and Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1780-1782.
Clifford, "Unknown" SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Simeon Theus.  May be Charles Clefford above.
Clinton, James New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1781 A Sergeant under Capt. Joseph Howe, Col. Andrew Neel.  7/1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Davis, Col. William Bratton.  9/1781, a Captain. Mobley's Meeting House, Stallion's Plantation, Hill's Iron Works, Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Monck's Corner, Thomson's Plantation, Quarter House, St. James Goose Creek Church.  
Clinton, William Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. William Henderson late in the war.  Unit unknown.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Cloud, James Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew Hemphill.  Dates unknown.
Coachman, James SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Allston, dates unknown.  Promoted to Captain in 1775, later a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Cochran, Robert Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 1780, elected Lieutenant under Capt. Nathaniel Bacon.
Cochran, Thomas Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Maurice Murphy, Col. George Hicks 1780-1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Cockran, Robert 1775 1775 An Ordinance Storekeeper, A Private, and a Lieutenant during 1775.
Coggin, William Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Starke,  Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown. Orangeburgh, Four Holes, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Rocky Mount.
Coiel, James Camden District Regiment 1776 1780 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. Black Hole (NC), Ft. Moultrie.
Coil, Thomas Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 Sergeant, Ensign, then Lieutenant under Lt.Col./Col. Robert Anderson 1779-1782.
Cole, Thomas Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after Fall of Charleston.  Unit and dates unknown. 
Coleman, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment From Marion District.  A Sergeant and a Lieutenant under Capt. Simmons, Capt. Witherspoon, Lt. Col. Maurice Murphy.  At some time, served under Capt. Snipes as a Rifleman. Ft. Moultrie, Bass's Mill, Monck's Corner, St. James Goose Creek Church.
Coleman, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant in under Col. Andrew Pickens before Fall of Charleston.  Unit and dates unknown.
Collins, Leven Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant of Horse in Militia May to August 1781.  Unit unknown.
Collins, Reuben Kershaw Regiment 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Graham during 1782.
Comber, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon after Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Combs, Philip Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. Richard Winn.   Orangeburgh, Four Holes, Edisto.
Conaway, William 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Lindsay.  Dates unknown.
Conn, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 Private, Lieutenant, and Adjutant under Capt. Moses Pearson, Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.
Conner, Archibald Berkeley County Regiment 1782 1782 89 Days as a Lieutenant under Maj. John Gamble, BG Francis Marion.
Connor, Edward SC 3rd Regiment 1779 1780 1777, Paymaster.  1778, Cornet.  Dec. 1779, a Lieutenant.
Connor, Isaac 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant 1781-1782 in Marion's Brigade.  Unit unknown.
Connor, Lewis Upper Craven County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Hicks during 1776.  Also a Lieutenant under Capt. Abel Kolb (Cheraws District Regiment).
Conway, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Lawson. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Mud Lick Creek, Fair Forest.
Conyers, Daniel Little River District Regiment 1780 1780 A Private under Capt. William Fullwood 1775-1780.  A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment) and Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons and the SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons), BG Francis Marion. Promoted to Major in 1782 and took over Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham's regiment (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons - aka the SC Legion) when Maham was captured in August of 1782.
Cook, William SC 6th Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Hampton.
Cook, Wilson Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Round O Volunteer Company under Capt. William Sanders.
Cooper, George Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain 1779-1782.  After the Fall of Charleston in Marion's Brigade under Col. Jacob Baxter.
Cooper, Robert Fairfield Regiment 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Whiteside, Capt. John Mills, and Col. John Winn on Florida Expedition, then a Lieutenant under Capt. John Mills and Capt. Alexander Pagan, Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  Promoted to Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. Florida Expedition 1778.
Cooper, Samuel SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 11/19/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Giles and Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.
Cooper, William A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Wounded and captured at the battle at Quinby's Bridge.  Unit unknown. Quinby's Bridge.
Copeland, John New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Jenkins, Capt. John Burton, Capt. William Copeland, Capt. James Wilson, Col. William Bratton.
Corby, John 1779 1780 A Lieutenant in Militia 1779-1780.  Nothing more known.
Corley, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 1782 A Sergeant under Capt. Michael Watson, then under Capt. William Butler and promoted to Lieutenant.  
Corley, Richard Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieuteant under Capt. William Butler.
Cottingham, Daniel Kingstree Regiment 1782 1782 69 Days as a Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  From Williamsburg District.
Coulter, Anthony Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant 7/1/1781 under Capt. Jeremiah Dickson, then to Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck in 1782.
Counts, John Lower District Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Adam Summers 1/9/1779 to 7/8/1779.
Coursey, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Private, Lieutenant, and Captain before and after Fall of Charleston under Col. Andrew Pickens.
Coursey, John A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Unit and dates unknown.
Courson, James Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball 1780-1781.
Couturier, John SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 Was a Captain in 1775 under Col. Richard Richardson.  Later, a Lieutenant and a Captain in SC Light Dragoons under Col. Daniel Horry.  
Covington, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain in Pickens' Brigade.  Unit and dates unknown.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Cowden, Robert Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 April 1780 promoted to Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Howe.  When Capt. Howe taken prisoner, he was then acting Captain. Rocky Mount.
Cowther, Isaac SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Cox, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Lieutenant and Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.
Coyle, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1777 1778 A Private promoted to Corporal, Sergeant, and 2nd Lieutenant in 1777. 1/22/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain in 1778.
Cozby, Robert Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Langdon, Maj. Andrew Williamson. Siege of Ninety-Six 1775.
Craden, "Unknown" Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant promoted to Captain when Capt. George Summerlin died.
Crafford, Alexander Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1782 June 1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. George Neely.  Reenlisted in 1782 as a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. St. James Goose Creek Church.
Craig, James Camden District Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Simmons.  Also a Lieutentant under Capt. William Nisbett.  A Lieutenant in 1780 after battle of Blackstocks, under Capt. Marshall Jones, Col. John Marshall (Kershaw Regiment).  Captain in May to June of 1781 under Col. Thomas Taylor. Four Holes Swamp.
Crawford, "Unknown" 1781 A Lieutenant killed at Ft. Motte 3/12/1781. Ft. Motte.
Crawford, John 1780 1783 A Horseman and a Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1783.  Unit(s) unknown.
Crawford, Robert SC 1st Regiment 1777 1780 A Sergeant-Major under Col. Richard Richardson.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Elliott 1777 to 1780. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Crawford, Samuel SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant Supernumerary under Capt. William Alexander, Lt. Col. Wade Hampton.
Creech, John Upper Granville County Regiment A Lieuteant under Capt. John Fitts, Lt. Col./Col. William Harden.  Dates unknown.
Creech, Richard Upper Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. William Harden 1779-1781.  A Captain in 1781.
Creighton, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Ballard, Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball, Col. John Marshall.
Cresswell, Henry New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant after Fall of Charleston under Capt. John Henderson, Col. William Bratton, BG Thomas Sumter.
Croft, John SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Francis Moore, Col. Charles Myddleton during 1781.
Crouther, Isaac SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1778 aka Isaac Crowther.  Probably same man as Isaac Cowther above.
Cruger, "Unknown" A Lieutenant killed at Ft. Motte  Nothing more known. Ft. Motte.
Cruise, Thomas A Private and a Lieutenant in Pickens' Brigade after the Fall of Charleston.  Unit and dates unknown.
Culbertson, Samuel Little River District Regiment Lieutenant and Captain of Horse under Lt. Col. William Walker, later a horseman under Capt. Isaac White. Dates unknown. Also a Lieutenant under Capt. George Taylor and a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment), dates unknown.
Culpeper, Benjamin SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Burns, Col. Wade Hampton.  
Culpeper, Joseph Camden District Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Simmons.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Alexander, and Captain under Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons). 
Cunningham, Arthur Lower Craven County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Edward Plowden.
Cunningham, Arthur 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Crawford, Col. Thomas Brandon.
Cunningham, James SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Anderson and Capt. Robert Caruthers (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Cunningham, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton, promoted to Captain.  Reenlisted as Private.
Dabney, James Lee's Legion A Lieutenant, unit and dates unknown.
Daley, Daniel SC 1st Regiment 1779 POW at Briar Creek, GA 3/3/1779. Briar Creek (GA).
Daniel, John Upper Granville County Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Garvin.  Dates unknown.
Daniel, William Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Lewis Pope, Col. Thomas Taylor, dates unknown.
Darwin, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton.  Promoted to Captain in 1781. Friday's Ferry.
Daugherty, William Fairfield Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Smith, Lt. Col. John Winn.
David, John Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Marlboro District.  A Sergeant and a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade during 1782.  Unit unknown.
Davier, B. A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Davies, Joseph Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Giles, Col. William Hill.
Davis, Benjamin Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1783 A Lieutenant of Cavalry under Capt. Cowan.
Davis, David Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Luke Pryor.
Davis, George Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia before the Fall of Charleston, dates unknown.
Davis, Granville Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John McGaw after the Fall of Charleston.
Davis, Harman SC 4th Regiment 1776 1777 May 1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 5/29/1777, POW at Fall of Charleston.
Davis, Henry A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Davis, Henry Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. William Davis.
Davis, James Fairfield Regiment 1780 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. Richard Winn and Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  From Williamsburg District.
Davis, John SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Davis, John Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant of Horse under Lt. Col. Samuel Tate, BG Thomas Sumter.
Davis, Joseph SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons Sergeant of Infantry, later a Lieutenant of Cavalry under Capt. Shade Simons, Capt. John Rogers, Capt. Benjamin Munnerlyn, Capt. Joseph Calhoun, Capt. James Giles, Maj. John James, Lt. Col. Banks, Col. Daniel Horry, Col. William Hill.  Dates unknown.
Davis, Nathaniel 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Lisle, Jr. and later under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.
Davis, Thomas Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. John Collins, Lt. Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.
Davis, William New Acquistion District Regiment 1778 1781 1777-1778, a Private and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Neel and Col. William Bratton.  Commissioned Captain 5/3/1781 under Col. William Bratton. Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Guilford Court House (NC).
Deal, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment Wounded at Stono Ferry on 6/20/1779. Stono Ferry.
Deal, "Unknown" Little River District Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Col. James Williams, dates unknown. Stono Ferry.
Dean, Julius Orangeburgh District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia after fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Dearing, Francis A Lieutenant in Militia and wounded at Beaufort on 2/3/1779.  Unit unknown. Port Royal Island #1.
De Britigney, Marquis Continental Army 1779 1779 Recommended to Gov. John Rutledge to command a volunteer company composed of Frenchmen residing in SC.  Became a Colonel in this new unit at the close of the war.
Deliesseline, Isaac A 2nd Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known. Probably Lower Craven County Regiment.
Dener, George Frederick Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1783 A Lieutenant in a Light Infantry Corps for 12 months prior to the Siege of Charleston.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, escaped and joined BG Francis Marion.  When the German Fusiliers reorganized, he joined them as a Lieutenant from Sep. 1782 to Sep. 1783. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Dennard, Jack (John) Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 In SC 6th Regiment during 1776.  Later a Lieutenant in militia under Capt. Vardry McBee, Capt. John Mapp, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Dennard, Jacob Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 In SC 6th Regiment Dec. 1776.  Later a Lieutenant in militia under Capt. Vardry McBee, Capt. John Mapp, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Dennis, Richard G. Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. William Cantey, dates unknown.
Derry, John A Lieutenant in Milita and wounded.  Nothing more known.
DeSaussure, Louis SC 3rd Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Felix Warley, mortally wounded at Siege of Savannah. Siege of Savannah.
DeSaussure, Henry W. SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1782 Enlisted in VA.  Joined SC 3rd Regiment as a Lieutenant.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah.  Prisoner, escaped after battle of Briar Creek (GA), then joined Capt. Joseph Hughes, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled.  Ignored Parole and joined Capt. Benjamin Jolly.  Taken prisoner by Loyalists, placed in jail at Ninety-Six.  While being transferred to prison ship, he escaped.  Rejoined Capt. Joseph Hughes til end of war. Siege of Savannah, Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
De St. Marie, Levaliet SC 1st Regiment 1776 1779 Oct. 1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 10/12/1777, a 1st Lieutenant. 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.  
Dewitt, Charles Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.
Dial, Nathaniel 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Dick, William Kingstree Regiment 1781 1782 A Horseman and a Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Conyers, Capt. William Robert McCottry, Col. Archibald McDonald 1781-1782.  A Lieutenant from 11/1/1781 to 11/1/1782.
Dickenson, Benjamin SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1st Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment 1775.  Soon transferred to the SC 1st Regiment as a Lieutenant.
Dickson, John Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John McCauley.
Dickson, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.
Dinning, John Camden District Regiment 1779, a Lieutenant under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  1780, a Lieutenant and Acting Captain under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball (Kershaw Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Dixon, David Little River District Regiment 1775 From Newberry District.
Dobbins, David SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 Earlier, in NC units.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Alexander, Col. Wade Hampton.  From Rowan County. Eutaw Springs
Doggett, Joel SC 6th Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Doggett during 1778.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Jesse Baker during 1779 (SC 3rd Regiment).
Doharty, James Granville County Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known. Bloody Point
Donald, West 1781 A Lieutenant during 1781, unit unknown.
Donaldson, John SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Wise.  Promoted to Captain 5/16/1776.
Donnom, William SC 4th Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 1778, killed at Savannah 10/9/1779.
Doogan, Robert A Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Dossett, Moses A Lieutenant in Militia.  Unit and dates unknown.  Possibly in GA or NC unit.  At Wofford's Iron Works.
Douglass, John Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1780 A Sergeant and a Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. John Ervin.
Downs, Jonathan Little River District Regiment 1775 1776 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. James Williams.  Jan 1776, commissioned as a Major. Snow Campaign, Siege of Ninety-Six 1775.
Doyle, Daniel SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. William Jackson.
Doyle, Nathaniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Grant, Col. Thomas Brandon during 1780.
D'Oyley, Daniel Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Earlier a Captain in SC 1st Regiment.  1780, a Lieutenant in Militia, unit unknown.  POW 5/1/1780, exchanged 6/14/1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Drayton, Glenn SC 1st Regiment 1775 1779 Later in SC 2nd Regiment.  Resigned Aug. 1779.  A Captain at the Siege of Savannah.
Drayton, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham. 
Drennan, John Kershaw Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh White, Maj. Robert Crawford.  Promoted to Captain.
DuBose, Daniel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A 1st Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteers under Capt. Elias DuBose.  A Lieutenant under Col. Jacob Baxter (Upper Craven County Regiment) and BG Francis Marion during 1782, unit unknown.
DuBose, Isaac SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1779 From Cheraws District.  A 2nd Lieutenant June 16, 1775, a 1st Lieutenant May 1776.  Later a Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. Hezekiah Maham and Col. Daniel Horry in SC Light Dragoons 1779-1780. Ft. Moultrie
DuBose, Isaac Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteers under Capt. Elias DuBose.
DuBose, Peter Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1780 St. David's Parish Volunteer Company, first served under Capt. Elias DuBose, then under Capt. Clement Clements.  Private, Ensign, Lieutenant, and Captain. Wadboo Bridge, Black River, Ft. Watson.
DuBose, Samuel Kingstree Regiment 1781 1782 A Private, a Lieutenant, and an Adjutant under Col. Archibald McDonald 1781-1782.
Duff, Daniel SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 A Private and a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  A Captain after being exchanged. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Duff, George SC 6th Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Duff, Col. Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown.
Duggers, Julius A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Duggin, Robert Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 From Newberry District.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Levi Casey, Col. James Williams.  1780-1781, a Lieutenant under Maj. Samuel Taylor.  One source asserts he was also a Captain.  Aka Robert Dugan.
Duke, Robert Camden District Regiment A Private, a Sergeant, then a Lieutenant under Capt. John Robertson, dates unknown.  
Dunbar, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 11/9/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. 2/24/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain in 1777, POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged June 1781. Ft. Moultrie
Dunlap, Samuel Colleton County Regiment 1775 Served in the Godfrey's Savannah Company under Capt. Thomas Ladson.
Dunlap, Thomas Fairfield Regiment Served under Capt. George Dunlap.  Dates unknown.
Dunn, Alexander Georgetown District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in the Little River Company.  Dates unknown.
Dunn, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Lieutenant under Col. Edward Lacey.
Dupont, Gideon Charles Town District Regiment 1777 1777 German Fusiliers Company.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain.
Dupay, Peter 1780 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1780.  Nothing more known.  aka Peter Dupuy.
Dutarque, Lewis SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Edward Richardson.  Resigned 1/30/1776.
Dyass, Henry Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Johnson and Capt. John Sapp.
Dyer, Thomas Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew Hemphill, Col. Thomas Sumter, BG Richard Richardson.  Dates unknown.
Eakin, Alexander New Acquistion District Regiment Nothing more known.
Earle, Samuel SC 5th Regiment 1777 1780 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.
Easley, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Coyne, Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Eaton, Jeremiah Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A 3rd Lieutenant or Ensign in the Edisto Island Volunteers.
Edmanson, David SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Edmonds, William SC 3rd Regiment 1777
Edmunds, David SC 3rd Regiment 1777
Edwards, James Charles Town District Regiment 1778 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Bentham.
Elder, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Wofford, dates unknown.
Elholme, Augustus Christian George SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 POW at fall of Charleston.  Exchanged 6/14/1781.  Cornet then Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Gough, Lt. Col. Peter Horry Aug. 1781 to Feb. 1782.  Promoted to Captain Feb. 1782.
Elliott, Barnard Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 Lieutenant in Artillery Company under Capt. Owen Roberts in early 1775.
Elliott, Joseph SC 1st Regiment 1775 1778 6/17/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. 11/1/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Then Captain 3/8/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston
Elliott, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia, and Aide-de-Camp to BG Francis Marion.
Elliott, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 Promoted to Captain in 1777.
Ellison, John SC 3rd Regiment 1775 From Fairfield District.  Ferved under Capt. Robert Ellison in his Independent Company, then transferred with him to the SC 3rd Regiment.
Ellison, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 Promoted from Private to Lieutenant 8/20/1781, promoted to Captain in 1782.  Marion's Brigade.
Entrekin, Thomas Little River District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Mulwee.
Erskine, "Unknown" A Lieutenant in SC State Troops, unit and dates unknown. Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Ervin, John Georgetown District Regiment 1778 1779 Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Colonel in the Britton's Neck Regiment.
Erwin, James Craven County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Col. Job Rothmaler.
Eubanks, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 Was an Ensign.  In 1776, a Lieutenant under Maj./Lt. Col. Francis Marion. Later, a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates not known.
Evans, Enoch Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Edmund Irby, Col. George Hicks.  1781 in Marion's Brigade. Siege of Charleston 1780
Evans, George SC 5th Regiment 1779 1782 Promoted to Lieutenant 8/18/1779.  3/7/1780, transferred to the SC 2nd Regiment. POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged June 1781. 1781-1782 a Lieutenant under Capt. Edmund Irby (Upper Craven County Regiment). From Cheraws District.  Siege of Charleston 1780.
Evans, Jean Francis SC 1st Regiment 1778 Resigned 1/12/1778.
Eveleigh, George SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 5/26/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. 6/6/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. He died on 5/20/1777.
Fail, Thomas 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Fainy, Robin Forks of Saluda District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Pollard.
Fall, Thomas 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known. Possibly same man as above.
Faries, Arthur 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. James Howe, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Davis (New Acquisition District Regiment).
Faris, Alexander New Acquistion District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton. Said to have been a Lt. under Col. William Hill (not at the battle) at the Battle of Kings Mountain on 10/7/1780 and lost a gun there. Captain not named, but under Lt. Col. James Hawthorn. Kings Mountain.
Farley, William Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Farr, John SC 2nd Regiment 1775 6/17/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. Later in militia under Col. Philemon Waters, rank and dates unknown.
Farrar, Field SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant in 1775-1777 under Capt. Robert Goodwyn.  A Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment (one source says SC 5th Regiment) 1777-1778.  Promoted to Captain in SC 5th Regiment 12/18/1778, POW at Fall of Charleston, Paroled in 1781, retired.
Farrar, Thomas Jr. SC 5th Regiment 1776 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Tutt.  1781 made a Brigade Major under BG Andrew Pickens
Farrow, Landon 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Roebuck, Col. Thomas Brandon.
Farrow, Thomas Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1780 First in NC unit.  1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Alexander Noble.  Nov. 1778 made a Lieutenant under Capt. John Ford, Col. John Thomas, Sr. (1st Spartan Regiment)  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled after three months.  Later a Captain under Col. John Thomas Jr. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Fathern, Benjamin Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Private in SC 3rd Regiment under Capt. Samuel Wise.  Apr.-Sep. 1781, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton
Fayssoux, Peter SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 1st Lieutenant.  POW at Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Feirson, Peter SC 2nd Regiment Dates unknown.
Felder, Abraham SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Felder, Samuel Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 151 Days as a Lieutenant.  Later a Captain.
Fenwicke, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 Lieutenant in Charles Town Rangers within the 2nd Batallion.  Reinlisted as Ensign under Capt. Charles Drayton.  1778, under Capt. James Bentham. Hutchinson's Island (GA)
Ferguson, "Unknown" SC 2nd Regiment Dates unknown.
Ferguson, James Upper Granville County Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. William Harden.  Taken prisoner and held at Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Ferguson, William Fairfield Regiment 1779 1782 A Lieutenant under Col./Capt. John Winn.
Fickling, Joseph Colleton County Regiment 1775 1778 Captain of the Edisto Island Company early 1775 under Capt. Joseph Jenkins, Gol. Joseph Glover, reenlisted as 2nd Lieutenant in Oct. 1775.
Fields, James SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Also served as Captain.
Fields, John Cato Cheraws District Regiment A Lieutenant at Bemeis Point.  Later a Captain in Cheraws District Regiment.  Dates unknown.
Fields, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Collins, Capt. George Nesbitt, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Findley, James A Lieutenant in Militia before and after fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.  aka James Finley.
Finlay, Matthew Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 1783 A Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Adjutant under Col. Robert Anderson.
Finney, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Robert Anderson.  Dates and unit unknown.
Fishburne, William SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 1778, a 2nd Lieutenant. 11/6/1778, a 1st Lieutenant.  Wounded at Battle of Stono Ferry. A Captain under Lt. Col. / Col. Peter Horry in Marion's Brigade 1780-1782. Stono Ferry.
Fites, John SC 4th Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Wickly during March 1779.
Fitzgerald, John Lower Craven County Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Archibald McDonald.  Dates unknown.
Fitzpatrick, De Saussure SC 3rd Regiment 1778
Fitzpatrick, James SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Charles Myddleton during 1781.  1782, a Private in Marion's Brigade.
Fitzpatrick, William SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1778 Resigned on 8/23/1778, after the failed Florida Expedition. Rejoined in 1779 and promoted to Captain.
Flanagan, James Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1782 1782 An Ensign and a Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Barnett, Lt. Col. Henry Hampton, and BG Thomas Sumter during 1781-1782.
Fleming, Bailey Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 At one time an Ensign, then a Lieutenant under Capt. Clyde Henderson, Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Promoted to Captain.
Fleming, Elijah New Acquistion District Regiment 1779 1782 A Lieutenant under Maj. Francis Ross 1779-1782. Briar Creek (GA), Ramseur's Mill (NC), Blackstocks, Quarter House, Orangeburgh.
Fletcher, "Unknown" Wounded at Hanging Rock.  Nothing more known.
Floyd, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 First in NC unit.  Feb. 1779, a Lieutenant for four months under Capt. Thomas Prichet, Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Went to Virginia and Maryland afterwards.
Flood, William SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Horry.  Died 9/1778.  aka William Flud.
Fogartie, James Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Marion during 1776.
Fogarty, Joseph Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Wigfall during 1776.
Foissin, Peter SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1780 12/6/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. William Charnock.  7/18/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. POW at fall of Charleston, served to the end of the war after exchange, rank and unit unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Forbes, John New Acquistion District Regiment 1781 1783 A Lieutenant 60 days under Capt. John Moffett, Col. Samuel Watson, BG Thomas Sumter.  A Lieutenant 197 days under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).
Ford, Hezekiah New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Thomson, then Capt. Taylor (?) during 1782. Orangeburgh.
Ford, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Jones and Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck 1781-1782.
Ford, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Upper Saltcatchers Company under Capt. George Ford, Col. Joseph Glover.
Ford, Tobias Was an Ensign.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Foster, Andrew Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Quartermaster, a Foragemaster, and a Lieutenant under Maj. Robert Crawford, Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball, BG Thomas Sumter.
Foster, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 Before Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Unit and Dates unknown.  A Lieutenant of Horse under Maj. Robert Crawford, Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball Jul-Aug 1781 - Kershaw Regiment.
Fox, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Anderson, Col. Andrew Pickens during 1778.  Continued in Militia 1779-1780, rank and unit unknown.  Killed by Indians.
Fox, Joseph Horry's Light Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant for 93 days under Lt. Col. Peter Horry in Marion's Brigade, wounded at Quinby's Bridge. Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Franklin, William 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Franks, Marshall Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Lewis Duvall, Col. Joseph Hayes.  aka Marshall Frank.
Fraser, Alexander Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775, a Lieutenant in Militia, unit not known. 1/31/1778, a 2nd Lieutenant and 10/6/1778 a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Lining (SC 1st Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston. Later a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown. From Goose Creek.  Siege of Charleston 1780.
Frazer, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1778 1779 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin, BG Richard Richardson.  1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.  aka Jacob Fraser.
Frazer, John SC 4th Regiment 1777 1779 Died at Beaufort 2/9/1779 as a result of injuries received at the battle of Port Royal Island on 2/3/1779. Port Royal Island #1.
Frazer, John 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston.  Unit and dates unknown.
Frierson, John SC 5th Regiment 1778 1780 3/9/1778, a Lieutenant. 3/7/1780, transferred to SC 2nd Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Exchanged 6/1781. Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Waring (Berkeley County Regiment) From what became the Williamsburg District.  Siege of Charleston 1780.
Fripp, William Jr. Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. John Jenkins in the St. Helena's Parish Militia.
Frizel, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant from 3/1/1780 to 6/30/1780.
Fry, John Newton Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Johnson and Capt. Frederick Wommack, Col. William Harden during 1781.
Fuller, Nathaniel Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Lining.
Fuller, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1775
Fulmore, Jacob 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown.
Futhey, John Kingstree Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John James, Jr. 1781, promoted to Captain.
Futhy, William Georgetown District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Jehu Postell.  Dates unknown.
Gadsden, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1776 1778 5/12/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 10/6/1778. Killed at Charleston 4/24/1780.
Galloway, James Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Hardyman.  aka James Galliway.
Galvan, William SC 1st Regiment 1776 1779 11/22/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Anthony Ashby. 10/21/1777, a 1st Lieutenant. Resigned on 7/25/1778. 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, Henry Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Drury Pace, dates unknown.
Gamble, John Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1780 A Lieutenant in Militia commissioned Oct. 1775. 1780-1781, a Captain. Promoted to Major in 1781. aka John Gambell.  
Gamble, William Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1782.
Garden, Alexander Lee's Legion A Cornet, Ensign, and a Lieutenant.  Later volunteer Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Green.
Garden, John Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Wigfall during 1775. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah
Gardner, John 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Stephen Fogarty during 1778.
Garlie, John SC 3rd Regiment 1777 Resigned 10/7/1777.
Gaskins, John SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1778 Under Capt. Uriah Goodwin.  In Marion's Brigade during 1782, rank and unit unknown.
Gasque, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 Served under Capt. Joseph Hudson, Col. Jacob Baxter.  1780, a Lieutenant.  1781, a Captain.
Gaston, John Kershaw Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Graham, dates unknown.  Aka John Gaton.
Gaston, Robert SC 3rd Regiment 1775 First, a Private under Capt. Eli Kershaw.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Hennington, dates unknown.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Gay, "Unknown" 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782, unit unknown.
Gayden, John Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall.
Gaylord, Samuel SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Alexander and Col. Wade Hampton during 1781.
Geiger, Jacob Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Gabriel A. Fridign 1781-1782.  
Gilbank, John SC 4th Regiment 1777 1779 Promoted to Captain in SC 4th Regiment, then transferred to Militia and made Major.  Killed at Siege of Charleston. 
Gilbert, Peter Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Matthew Beraud, then Capt. Joseph Bouchillon 1780-1781.
Gilbreath, John Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Wilson Nesbitt.  Dates unknown.
Giles, Hugh Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in Prince Frederick's Parish Militia during early 1775. 1776, Colonel/Commandant over the Lower Craven County Regiment of Militia.
Giles, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joshua Palmer, Capt. Benjamin Jolly, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Kings Mountain, Brandon's Camp, Hollingsworth's Mill, Fair Forest Creek #1
Gill, Archibald New Acquistion District Regiment 1778 1782 1778, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Neel.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Mills, Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  1782, under Capt. Hugh Knox, Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).
Gill, John Camden District Regiment 1780 1781 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin and Lt. Col. Joseph Kirkland (Fairfield Regiment).
Gill, Thomas Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 Lieutenant in May 1780 under Capt. Alexander Pagan.  Promoted to Captain 1/1/1782 under Col. Edward Lacey. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, St. James Goose Creek Church
Gillham, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 1780, a Sergeant under Capt. Robert Montgomery and Col. Thomas Brandon.  3 months as a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. William Farr during 1781.
Gillian, Thomas New Acquistion District Regiment A Captain under Col. William Bratton, dates unknown.
Gilmon, Samuel Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Farr.
Gimball, John 1779 1779 A Lieutenant in Militia Mar-Apr 1779.  Nothing more known.
Gindrat, Henry 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1781.  Nothing more known.
Glass, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1779 1780 A 2nd Lieutenant.
Glen, William Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.
Glover, John SC 1st Regiment 1776 1775, an Ensign.  1776, a Lieutenant.  Later a Private in the militia.
Glover, Wilson SC 1st Regiment 1777 1779 4/24/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant. 11/16/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Resigned 11/24/1779. Later in Marion's Brigade, rank, unit, and dates unknown.
Godbold, John Georgetown District Regiment From Darlington District.  Dates unknown.
Godbold, Zachariah Georgetown District Regiment 1782 1782 From Darlington District.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Godboldt, James Lower Craven County Regiment 1776 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Buckholdt.  Later, a Captain, dates unknown.
Godfrey, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 Later a Captain and Forage Master in the Cheraws District Regiment.  
Golding, Reuben Little River District Regiment 1778 A Sergeant for three years under Capt. John Caldwell starting in 1775.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Laughlin Leonard.  Later, under Capt. Lee, Capt. Wallace, Lt. Col. David Hopkins (Fairfield Regiment). Stono Ferry.
Golightly, David 2n Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Matthew Patton, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Lt. at Augusta.  Later, a Private. Augusta 1779.
Golsan, John Orangeburgh District Regiment From Orangeburgh District.  2nd Lieutenant in Orangeburgh District Independent Cavalry under Capt. Jacob Rumph.  Dates unknown.
Goodlett, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 9/15/1781 commissioned as Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Boykin and Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Goodwin, Francis Camden District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin and Col. Richard Richardson.  aka Francis Goodwyn.
Goodwin, John SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston Siege of Charleston 1780.
Goodwin, Uriah SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1777 From Richland District. Promoted to Lieutenant May 1776, promoted to Captain 9/1/1777. POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged Nov. 1780. Killed at Eutaw Springs 9/8/1781.
Goodwyn, John SC 3rd Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. William Thomson during 1775.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Warley.
Goodwyn, William SC 3rd Regiment 1779 1780 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 from 1780 to 1782.  aka William Goodwin. Siege of Augusta, Stono Ferry
Gordon, Gavin 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. Daniel McKay, promoted to Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Gordon, James Berkeley County Regiment 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Previouly, an Ensign.
Gordon, John SC 5th Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a 2nd Lieutenant. 1/21/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Killed at Eutaw Springs as Lt. Col. Henry Lee's Adjutant. Eutaw Springs
Gordon, John Georgetown District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Gordon and Lt. Col. Alexander Swinton.
Gordon, Roger Kingstree Regiment From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Killed by Loyalists while patrolling Lynches Creek. Lynches Creek Massacre
Gore, Elisha Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Frost 1780-1782.  1782, a Private.
Gore, James Manning Fairfield Regiment 1780 1780, an Ensign under Lt. Col. Joseph Brown.  1781, a Lieutenant for a month - Mar-Apr.  Apr. 1781, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn.
Gortman, Bartholomew 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Fulmer and Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.  Promoted to Captain.
Gortman, George Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Godfrey Dreher May-Oct. 1781.
Gortman, Philip 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Bartholomew Gortman Oct. 1781 to Aug. 1782.
Goudelock, John Spartan Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert McWhorter.
Gough, Bryant SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Long, Maj. Peter Horry, Col. Francis Marion.
Gough, John Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Skirvin during 1776.
Gowen, James Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 A 3rd Lieutenant in the Prince William's Parish Volunteer Company of Dragoons under Capt. Charles Browne.
Gragg, Henry Camden District Regiment 1781 1781 April 1781 elected Lieutenant under Capt. John Bell and Col. Thomas Taylor.
Graham, D. New Acquisition District Regiment 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Wofford in April of 1777.
Graham, George Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Giles, Col. William Hill, BG Thomas Sumter during 1781.
Graham, William Charles Town District Regiment A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Bocquet of the Grenadier Company within the 1st Batallion. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780
Grant, William 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown. Cowpens, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Eutaw Springs, Guilford Court House (NC).
Grant, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Nov. 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Grant, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Sep. 1781, under Lt. Col. William Farr, then during Jul. 1782, under Maj. Benjamin Jolly. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Graves, Joseph Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteers under Capt. John Dozier, Col. George Gabriel Powell.  Then, a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles, dates unknown.  Later in Marion's Brigade, rank, unit, and dates unknown.
Gray, Andrew Fairfield Regiment 1780 1781 A Private, a Lieutenant and a Captain 1780-1782. Hanging Rock.
Gray, Arthur Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant in Militia.  Dates unknown. Stono Ferry.
Gray, Frederick 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1780 Later, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Lisle.
Gray, Henry SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1778 Under Capt. Charles Motte.  Wounded at Ft. Moultrie.  Promoted to Captain in 1778, wounded at Siege of Savannah.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  Later in Marion's Brigade. Ft. Moultrie.
Gray, James SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1779 7/29/1779, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Gray. Died 10/22/1779 as result of wounds received at Siege of Savannah. Siege of Savannah.
Gray, Peter SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 From Goose Creek. 5/15/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 4/6/1777, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. William Oliphant. Transferred to Capt. Charles Motte's company on 12/16/1777. Promoted to Captain 12/30/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged June 1781. Ft. Moultrie
Gray, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. Edward Martin, Col. Richard Winn.  Then, a Private.
Gray, William 1779 1783 A Lieutenant in Militia 1779-1783.  1782-1783, a Lieutenant under Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons).
Graybill, Henry Orangeburgh District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. Charles Myddleton.  Dates unknown.
Grayson, John SC 4th Regiment 1779 1782 POW at fall of Charleston, exchanged in 1781.  Also a Lieutenant in Militia 1781-1782, unit unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Green, James SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Private, Sergeant Major, Cornet, and Lieutenant of Cavalry in Marion's Brigade. 1782, under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.
Green, John Thompson Horry's Light Dragoons 1781 1782 2/18/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Baxter and Lt. Col. Peter Horry.  
Green, Richard Jr. Georgetown District Regiment 1779 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant 1779-1782.  Unit unknown.
Greer, "Unknown" A Lieutenant under Capt. Postell.  Dates unknown.
Greer, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1782 1782 1780, a Sergeant of Horse for 30 days.  1782, a Sergeant of Horse for 44 days and a Lieutenant of Horse for 57 days under Capt. Robert Hanna.
Gregg, John Jr. Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant in the Prince Frederick's Parish Volunteers during 1775.
Grey, George Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Drayton during 1775.
Griggs, Henry 1782 1782 A Sergeant and a Lieutenant under BG William Henderson during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Grigsbey, Enoch A Lieutenant in Militia before the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Grimball, John 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia sometime during 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.
Grimball, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 Lieutenant in Artillery Company under Capt. Owen Roberts in early 1775.  Then a Capt.-Lt. in SC 4th Regiment in 1775.  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.
Grimes, David Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Guerardeau, Peter B. Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Col. Joseph Glover.
Guerry, Samuel SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1779 10/28/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Shubrick, who died on 11/8/1777. Then under Capt. Richard Bohun Baker. 11/6/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Transferred to Capt. Thomas Hall in March of 1779. May 1779, transferred to Capt. Charles Motte. He died on 7/12/1779.
Guyton, John Kershaw Regiment A Lieutenant under Maj. Thomas Thomson, dates unknown.
Guyton, Moses 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 A Private under Capt. James Steen, a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Montgomery, and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Hadaway, Joel 1781 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1781.  Unit unknown.
Hail, William Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall during 1782.
Haile, Benjamin Camden District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. John Marshall, Col. Thomas Taylor, Col. William Bratton, Lt. Col. William Washington.
Hall, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1776 Also regimental QM. Resigned 1776, joined British, captured and hanged for treason. 
Hall, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1779 6/17/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. William Mason. Wounded at battle of Ft. Moultrie. 6/13/1776, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. James McDonald. Promoted to Captain 8/1/1779, at Siege of Savannah.  POW at Fall of Charleston, sent to St. Augustine.  Later exchanged.  Aide-de-Camp to Gen. St. Clair to the end of the war. Ft. Moultrie.
Hall, William New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Thomson and Maj. Andrew Neel.  Dates unknown. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock.
Ham, Moses Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Capt. Darling Glover, Col. Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown.
Hamilton, James From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Hamilton, John SC 1st Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a 2nd Lieutenant.  1779, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Gadsden.  Wounded at Battle of Stono Ferry.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Later a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit, rank, and dates unknown. Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hammond, Abner Sr. Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1782 1782 First in VA unit.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Samuel Hammond (his brother) at battle of Cowpens.  Apr.-Oct. 1782, a Lieutenant under Col. Samuel Hammond.
Hammond, Charles Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779.  Dates of service unknown. Siege of Savannah (GA)
Hammond, George Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Hammond.  Apparently also in the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment after the Fall of Charleston, dates and unit unknown.
Hammond, Joshua Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Carter, Col. William Henderson.  Early 1779, rejoined Capt. John Hammond (his father). Florida Expedition 1778, Augusta 1779.
Hammond, William SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Taylor, Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.
Hampton, Edward SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a 2nd Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment.  1778, a 1st Lieutenant in 2nd Spartan Regiment.  1779, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  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. Also served in NC Militia.
Hampton, Henry SC 6th Regiment 1778 1778 A Lieutenant in Jan. 1778.  Nov. 1778, a Captain.
Hampton, Henry Kershaw Regiment From Newberry District.  A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball, dates unknown.
Hampton, Presly SC 6th Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Hampton.
Hampton, Wade SC 1st Regiment 1776 1777 A Lieutenant and Paymaster of SC 1st Regiment in 1776.  Promoted to Captain 1777.  Later in 1778, a Captain in SC 6th Regiment, and Paymaster. 1780, a Lt. Colonel under BG Thomas Sumter, 1781 promoted to Colonel.
Hancock, Clement Little River District Regiment 1781 From Laurens District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. David Williams, Lt. Col. Levi Casey.  Killed at Hayes' Station. Hayes' Station.
Hancock, John A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia before the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Hancock, Richard Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Henry Lisle (Turkey Creek Regiment), Capt. Edward Kelly, and Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).
Hanley, William 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston under Capt. William Grant and Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Hanna, John New Acquistion District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia 1779-1782.   Briar Creek (GA).
Hanna, Robert New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. William Hanna and Col. William Bratton.
Hannah, Thomas Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Elder, Capt. Joseph Wofford, and Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Harbirt, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1778 1781 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. William Kirkland, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin, Col. Thomas Taylor.
Hardaway, Joel SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1780 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. John Carraway Smith during 1779.  
Harden, Edward Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. William Harden 1780-1781.
Hardwick, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Patrick McGriff.
Hardy, Christopher Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 From Laurens District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. James Henderson and Capt. David Williams.  Killed by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham at Hayes' Station. Hayes' Station.
Hargrave, Samuel Craven County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant commissioned 1/9/1776 under Col. Job Rothmaler.
Harleston, John SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 Aug. 1775, a Lieutenant. Resigned his commission on 1/27/1777.  
Harley, Joseph 1779 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia 1779-1782.  Unit known.
Harlow, Benjamin Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777
Harper, Robert Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Turner.  Later under Capt. Major Parson and Col. Benjamin Roebuck, dates unknown.
Harrington, Alexander SC 3rd Regiment 1776
Harrington, Drury 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1783 1779, a Sergeant under Lt. Gideon Smith.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Montgomery, Col. Thomas Brandon.
Harris, Fitch Kingstree Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. Archibald McDonald and BG Francis Marion during 1782.
Harris, John 1780 1782 A Lieutenant of Horse and a Commissary under Col. William Henderson 1780-1782.
Harris, Micajah 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 From Newberry District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Lindsay.  aka Micajah Harriss.
Harris, Moses Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Maj. Robert Lyle, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Dates unknown.
Harris, William Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. William Baskin.
Harrow, Thomas SC 5th Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Tutt.  Dates unknown.
Hart, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778
Hart, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 8/24/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 5/21/1777 or 8/4/1777 (two sources), a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain on 8/18/1779. Resigned as Captain 10/19/1779, re-enlisted as Lieutenant.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged Nov 21, 1781, then served as Lieutenant til the end of the war, unit unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hartsfield, "Unknown" Orangeburgh District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Johnson, Lt. Col. Thomas Sabb.  At the Battle of Lenud's Ferry. Lenud's Ferry.
Hartstone, Joachim Granville County Regiment 1779 1780 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. Benjamin Garden.
Harty, "Unknown" SC 1st Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Vanderhorst.
Harvey, Henry 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Harvey, Nicholas Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John McElhenney, Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.
Harvin, John Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 51 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. John Singleton in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782.  
Hasel, Andrew Berkeley County Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Akin.
Hatcher, Benjamin Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Hammond.  1777, promoted to Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hawthorn, James SC 6th Regiment 1777 1778 1777 joined SC 6th Regiment as Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 2/22/1778.  Later a Major, Adjutant, and Lt. Colonel.
Hayes, Nathaniel 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Levi Johnson, Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1781.
Hays, James Spartan Regiment 1777 1778 1776, an Ensign under Capt. John Moore.  1777, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Moore. 1778, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.
Hazzard, William SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Skirvin.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hearne, John Berkeley County Regiment 1781 1782 397 days as a Lieutenant from 11/22/1781 to 12/14/1782.
Heatley, Charles SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 Promoted to Captain 8/12/1775.  aka Charles Healty, Charles Heatly.
Heatley, William SC 3rd Regiment Promoted to Captain.
Hemphill, Charles New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Adams, dates unknown.
Hemphill, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Bratton.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Bratton, Col. Thomas Neel.  1780, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Samuel Watson.  1781, a Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton. Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Friday's Ferry.
Hemphill, Samuel Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Martin, Lt. Col. William Polk, BG Thomas Sumter.
Henderson, George Camden District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Sumter in Snow Campaign. Snow Campaign.
Henderson, James 2nd Spartan Regiment After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Henderson, Samuel Little River District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  
Henderson, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cunningham, Capt. Benjamin Garrison, Capt. John Chalmers, and Capt. John Henderson (his brother).  Served under Col. William Bratton, Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons), Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons), and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Camden, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Henderson, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Major Parson, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Hendricks, Benjamin Upper Craven County Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Johnston, Maj. Robert Lide.
Henley, "Unknown" 1779 1779 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1779.  Unit unknown.
Henry, Malcolm New Acquisition District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Neel during 1778.
Henry, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Byers.
Herd, Charles Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia 1779-1783.  Nothing more known.
Heyward, Thomas Jr. Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 Lieutenant Fireworker in Artillery Company under Capt. Owen Roberts in early 1775.
Heyward, William SC 1st Regiment 1777 Resigned 10/22/1777.
Higgam, Samuel Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Lewis Polk.
Hill, Joseph Kershaw Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Singleton.  Also a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Starke (Fairfield Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Hill, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Lieutenant for six weeks under Capt. John Gordon, Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. John McKinney, Col. Thomas Taylor. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Hill, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieuteant under Capt. Lewis Hogg.  Dates unknown.
Himmel, "Unknown" Charles Town District Regiment In the German Fusiliers.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Hinds, John Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Williamsburg District.  60 Days as a Lieutenant during 1782.  Unit unknown.
Hinds, Samuel Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant during 1782.  Unit unknown.  aka Samuel Hines.
Hipp, George Colleton County Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant in the Oakley Creek Company.  Captain in 1778.
Hird, John Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  110 Days as a Lieutenant during 1782.
Hixt, William SC 1st Regiment 1776 1779 Nov. 1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 11/6/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 5/1/1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  aka William Hext.
Hobbs, Josiah 1778 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Unit unknown.  aka Josiah Hobb. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hodge, Benjamin SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Hodges, Richard Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Rosamond 1779-1783.
Hogan, William Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Bethany, Capt. John Woodward, Capt. John Cook, and Capt. Aramana Liles (Fairfield Regiment).  Dates unknown. St. James Goose Creek Church.
Hogg, Lewis 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Kelly and Capt. Philemon Waters.  Dates unknown.  Promoted to Captain in 1782.
Holding, Matthew Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Evans, Jr.
Hollis, John Fairfield Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Lewis.  Then, a Sergeant.  Then, a Captain.
Hollis, Moses Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant 1780-1782.  Late 1782 to 1783, a Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Lewis (Turkey Creek Regiment).
Hood, John SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Adam Meek, and a Captain under Col. Wade Hampton, BG Thomas Sumter.  
Hook, Philip 1781 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1781.  Nothing more known.
Hopkins, David SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 6/25/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant and a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Goodwyn.  Promoted to Captain in late 1778. POW at the Fall of Charleston. From what became the Richland District. 
Horn, Reuben Camden District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cook.
Horry, Gabriel SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 Was a Cadet. 1776, a Lieutenant. Resigned on 9/24/1776. Returned, date unknown. Later in Marion's Brigade and killed by Loyalists Fort Moultrie, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780.
Horton, Amos Camden District Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Luke Petty.
House, Reuben Camden District Regiment 1782 1782 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant 30 Days during 1782 under Capt. John Cook, Col. Thomas Taylor.
Houston, John Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Pendleton Isbell, dates unknown.
Howart, Samuel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Bryant during 1778 and a Lt. under Capt. David Maxwell (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment) during 1779.
Howell, Nathaniel A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Howell, Robert Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Goodwyn, Col. Thomas Taylor 1781-1782.
Hubbard, Peter Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 After Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Col. George Hicks, BG Francis Marion. 
Huger, Benjamin SC 4th Regiment 1775 1776 Early 1775, a Lieutenant Fireworker in Artillery Company under Capt. Owen Roberts.  June of 1775, a Lieutenant in SC 4th Regiment.  Nov. 1775, a Captain.  9/16/1776 promoted to Major in SC 1st Regiment.  Killed by friendly fire 5/11/1779. Charleston Neck.
Huggins, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant and an Adjutant under Lt. Col. Peter Horry during 1781. Unit unknown.
Huggins, Benjamin SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 Earlier, an Ensign. A Lieutenant in 1782 under Lt. Col. Peter Horry.
Huggins, Mark Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain in 1780-1783. 
Huggins, William Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1783 A Private, Lieutenant, and Adjutant 1780-1783.
Hughes, Henry SC 2nd Regiment 1775
Hughes, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Feb 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Jolly and Col. Thomas Brandon.  Promoted to Captain in 1781. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Hammond's Store, Cowpens, Hollingsworth's Mill.
Hughes, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 May 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Jolly.  Promoted to Captain 6/25/1781.
Hughes, Thomas Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Joiner.
Hughes, Thomas SC 4th Regiment 1778 1778, A Lieutenant in SC 4th Regiment.  Under a Capt. Thomas later in the Militia, rank and dates unknown.
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.
Hume, Alexander SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1779 Was an Ensign. 2/23/1779, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Lesesne. 7/11/1779, a 1st Lieutenant, transferred back to Capt. Richard Bohun Backer in August of 1779. Killed at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Humphrey, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain. Eutaw Springs.
Hunter, Henry Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Taylor in 1780.
Hunter, Humphrey SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons First in NC unit.  A Lieutenant under Col. Wade Hampton and Col. Henry Lee.  Dates unknown.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Huston, John Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. John Turner, Col. Richard Winn 1780-1782.
Hutchinson, Thomas SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant under Col. Wade Hampton.  Dates unknown.
Hutchinson, William New Acquistion District Regiment 1779 1783 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Bratton and Capt. James Wallace 1779-1783.
Hutton, William SC 5th Regiment 1776 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Bowie during 1776.  1779, promoted to Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.
Hyrne, Henry SC 5th Regiment 1776 1782 Was a Captain in Colleton County Regiment during 1775. 1776, a Lieutenant in SC 5th Regiment, resigned 11/29/1779.  3/5/1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Taylor and Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). Briar Creek (GA).
Imhoff, John Lewis Peyer SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 From Orangeburgh District.  Promoted to Captain 8/11/1775.
Inglis, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Ioor, Joseph SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 6/17/1775, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain May 1776.  His entire company was killed on the ship Randolph in April 1778. aka Joseph Joor.
Irby, Edmund Upper Craven County Regiment 1779 Wounded at Stono Ferry.  Later a Captain under Col. George Hicks and Gen. McIntosh. Stono Ferry.
Irby, John Upper Craven County Regiment Was a Captain, then Private, then a Lieutenant under Capt. McDaniel.
Irby, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain 1780-1782.
Ivy, Robert 1782 1782 31 Days as a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Izard, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  1775, a Lieutenant.  Later, an Aide to BG Isaac Huger.
Jack, James Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Martin, Lt. Col. William Polk, BG Thomas Sumter during 1781.
Jackson, Basil SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 12/2/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. Resigned on 7/4/1776. Ft. Moultrie.
Jackson, Charles Upper Craven County Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Unit unknown.
Jackson, James SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1783 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Calhoun, Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.
Jackson, Jeremiah Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment Served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck, dates unknown.
Jackson, John Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant during 1781-1782.
Jackson, Samuel 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Philemon Waters, Col. John Thomas, Jr., BG Thomas Sumter.
Jackson, Samuel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Blessingham, Col. Thomas Brandon.  1779, a Private under Capt. James Hambleton.  1780-1781, a Horseman under Capt. Major Parsons, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Jackson, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Ross, Col. Charles Myddleton during 1781.
Jackson, William SC 1st Regiment 1776 1778 May 1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 8/18/1777, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 10/9/1778 under Col. Pinckney.  Promoted to Major 9/1/1779, and Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
James, Alexander Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1781 Unit unknown.  From Williamsburg District.
James, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 1777, an Ensign under Capt. Matthew Singleton.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Armstrong, Capt. Matthew Singleton.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Singleton, Capt. William Dukes in the Berkeley County Regiment. Nelson's Ferry, Ft. Watson, Georgetown
James, Joseph Horry's Light Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Peter Horry during Jul. 1781. Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
James, Samuel Lower Craven County Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Porter and Maj. Archibald McDonald.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Jamieson, James New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1780 Promoted to Lieutenant and Captain after the Fall of Charleston under Col. William Bratton.   Ramseur's Mill (NC), Williamson's Plantation.
Jarvis, James SC 5th Regiment Nothing more known
Jasper, Nicholas 2nd Spartan Regiment Sergeant, Lieutenant under Capt. John Thompson, and Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Jeffries, Mothouse 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Jeffries, Nathaniel Spartan Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Later, a Captain.
Jenkins, Benjamin Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Edisto Island Company under Capt. Joseph Jenkins.
Jenkins, James Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1782 From Cheraws District.  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.  Aka James Jinkins. Strawberry Ferry, Eutaw Springs
Jenkins, Joseph SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in SC 1st Regiment 1775.  1776, under Col. Job Rothmaler, rank and unit unknown.
Jenkins, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Robert Anderson during 1781.
Jenkins, Reuben Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.
Jenkins, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Jenkins and a Captain under Col. William Bratton.
Jennings, John Berkeley County Regiment 1777 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Nathaniel Moore. 
Jerow, Peter 1782 1782 60 Days as a Lieutenant during 1782.  Unit unknown.
Jervey, Thomas SC 5th Regiment A Lieutenant, then a Captain under Col./BG Isaac Huger.  Dates unknown.  
Johns, John Fairfield Regiment 1778 1781 Spring of 1778, a Lieutenant under Capt. Anderson Thomas and Col. John Winn.
Johnson, Andrew Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Moses Liddell.  Wounded at Battle of Eutaw Springs, died shortly afterwards. Eutaw Springs.
Johnson, Francis Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1780 First in Continental Line.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew Miller, Lt. Col. Robert Anderson during 1779-1780.
Johnson, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Adams and Capt. John McClure. Adjutant, and Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
Johnson, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 Earlier in VA unit. A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon, Captain not named. Kings Mountain.
Johnson, Jesse Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Johnson, William Charles Town District Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  A Lieutenant in 1775.
Johnston, Jesse Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston under Capt. John Ryan.  Dates unknown.  May be same man as above - Jesse Johnson.
Jolly, Benjamin 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joshua Palmer.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Later a Major under Lt. Col. William Farr.
Jolly, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Joshua Palmer, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Killed by Loyalists in March 1781. Stono Ferry, Fair Forest Creek #1 (Killed).
Jones, Benjamin 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Taylor. Kings Mountain. 
Jones, John SC 6th Regiment 1777 1782 1777, a Lieutenant in SC 6th Regiment. A Lieutenant under Col./BG Francis Marion 1779-1782, unit unknown.  Also served as Private and Sergeant.
Jones, John SC 3rd Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Caldwell during 1779.
Jones, Joseph Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. William Wood.  Dates unknown.
Jones, Richard SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Jones, Robison SC 3rd Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Donaldson.
Jones, William 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Jordan, Adam SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 119 Days as a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Dates unknown.
Jordan, Jonathan Georgetown District Regiment 1776 1776 Commissioned a Lieutenant 1/9/1776 under Col. Job Rothmaler.
June, John A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Kalteissen, Michael Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 May 1775, a Lieutenant in the German Fusiliers. Feb. 1776, he was commissary of military stores. Then a wagonmaster. 11/29/1777, Wagonmaster General of SC. Later, Captain of Marines aboard the frigate South Carolina.
Keith, Alexander SC 2nd Regiment 1776 11/23/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant - resigned on 12/4/1776. January 1777, rejoined as a 2nd Lieutenant in the SC 5th Regiment. A 1st Lieutenant 1/21/1778. One source asserts he was a Captain in the SC 3rd Regiment.
Kelly, Daniel Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Linder during 1776.
Kelly, Edward 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 First in SC 3rd Regiment.  Later a Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston, unit unknown.
Kelly, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 From Newberry District.  A Lieutenant and Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston. Ft. Granby #2
Kelsey, George Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 1781, 70 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. John Mills.
Kelso, Samuel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 Sergeant under Capt. Robert Faris.  Lieutenant 1779-1780 under Capt. Matthew Patton, under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Kennedy, James Fairfield Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Turner and Col. Richard Winn.
Kennedy, James SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged Jan 1781.   Lieutenant under Capt. George Dunlap (Kershaw Regiment) in 1781.  Dec. 1781 to end of war - a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780, Wylie's Plantation.
Kennedy, Matthew Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant and a Doctor in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Gentlemen Volunteer Company.
Kenney, James SC 5th Regiment 1777 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston - confined at Haddrell's Point. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Kerby, Archibald SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, dates unknown.  aka Archibald Kirby.
Kerr, Samuel 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and Captain in Militia 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.
Kerwin, Thomas From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Killingsworth, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cook, and a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Killingsworth, Reuben Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown.
Kilpatrick, John C. 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Major Parson, Col. John Thomas.  Nothing more known.
Kimball, Frederick Camden District Regiment 1778 1779 Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. John Marshall.
Kimmel, Joseph Charles Town District Regiment 1779 In the German Fusiliers.  Killed at Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Kincaid, James Camden District Regiment 1779 A Private, a Sergeant, and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Kirkland, Capt. John Gray, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  1779, a Captain.
Kincaid, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 Private, Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Howe, and a Captain under Col. Thomas Neel and Col. Samuel Watson. Rocky Mount, Kings Mountain, Fishing Creek, Friday's Ferry.
King, John Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 180 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. Frederick Wommack Dec. 1780 to Jul. 1781.
Kirk, John 1780 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1782.  Unit unknown.
Kirkland, William Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 William Kirkland of Wateree.  A Private and a Lieutenant under BG William Henderson 1781-1782.  Unit unknown.
Kirkland, Zachariah Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 A Private, Lieutenant, and Adjutant under Maj. Lewis Threewits, Col. Thomas Taylor 1779-1782. 
Kirkpatrick, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. William Gaston.
Knapp, John SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Oliver Towles and Capt. Jefferson Baker.  Was a Sergeant, a QM, and an Adjutant.
Knight, James Sr. Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. John Kimbrough.
Knox, John SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Alexander Walker.  Later, served under Capt. John McClure and Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), rank and dates unknown. Coosawhatchie.
Knox, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 An Acting Lieutenant under Capt. John McClure, Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).
Koger, Joseph Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Round O Volunteer Company under Capt. William Sanders.
Kolb, Josiah SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 Was a Sergeant and an Ensign. 2nd Lieutenant. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on 7/15/1777 or 11/20/1778 (two sources).  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged, joined Marion's Brigade till end of war - rank, unit, and dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Kuhn, Henry A 2nd Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Lacey, John Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Rogers, dates unknown.
Lacey, William SC 5th Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Shubrick.
Ladsden, James SC 1st Regiment 1775
Ladson, Abraham Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Marion during 1776.
Ladson, James SC 4th Regiment 1775 1775 Commissioned Lieutenant 6/17/1775.  Promoted to Captain 11/4/1775, promoted to Major 5/1/1779, resigned 11/8/1779.  Then served as Lt. Colonel in Militia 1779-1781.
Ladson, Robert Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  Later, Captain of St. Paul's Parish Company.
Laird, Robert Little River District Regiment 1778 1779 First under Capt. Peter Nance, Lt. Col. Michael Dickson.  1778, a Lieutenant 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.
LaMarzelle, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment 1777 Resigned 9/13/1777.
Landing, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Drakeford, Col. Richard Richardson.
Lang, Robert SC 3rd Regiment 1777 Promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant April 1777.
Langford, Daniel SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1780 Jan. 1777, a 2nd Lieutenant. 1st Lieutenant 10/3/1777 in SC 3rd Regiment under Capt. Joseph Warley. Nov. 1778, in SC 6th Regiment under Capt. George Warley. Feb. 1780, in SC 2nd Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Langston, Solomon 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant Mar.-Jun. 1779 under Lt. Col. William Wofford, BG Andrew Williamson.
Larence, Isaac Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Lieutenant under Col. James Williams. Musgrove's Mill.
La Roche, John Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Wadmalaw Island Company under Capt. Thomas Tucker.  aka John Laroch.
Lattimore, Francis Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Montgomery.  After the Fall of Charleston, he served under Capt. Joseph McJunkin, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).
Laughlin, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. George McCulloch, Capt. John Moffett, Capt. James Venable, Col. William Bratton, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Briar Creek (GA), Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Camden, Blackstocks, Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Lawrence, Adam Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant and Commissary of Hospitals, then a Surveyor's Mate under Lt. Col. William Polk.  Dates unknown.
Lawrence, Benjamin Little River District Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Harris, Capt. William Baskin, Capt. James McCall, and Maj./Lt.Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Lawrence, Samuel Charles Town District Regiment 1781 1781 POW at fall of Charleston, exchanged 5/12/1781.  After his release, a Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Henry Talberd May-Nov 1781.
Lawson, John Spartan Regiment 1775 A Lieuteant under Capt. William Anderson.
Lawton, Joseph Lower Granville County Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. William Maynor, dates unknown.
Leacraft, John Beaufort District Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Lieutenant.  1781-1782, Captain of the Bloody Legion of Hilton Head.
Ledbetter, Joseph Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Turner during 1781.
Ledbetter, Lewis A Private and a Lieutenant of Horse.  Nothing more known.
Lee, James Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck, unit and dates unknown.
Lee, Stephen 1780 1781 127 days as a Lieutenant, unit unknown.
Leech, Henry New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant, a QM, and an Adjutant under Col. William Bratton 1780-1781.
Legare, Benjamin Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Legare, James SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1780 8/20/1779, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Hall. 10/9/1779, a 1st Lieutenant. Transferred to Capt. Gray on 12/4/1779. POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled 6/26/1781. Later in Marion's Brigade, rank, unit, and dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Legare, Joseph 1780 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia Sep. 1780 to May 1781.  Nothing more known.
Legare, Samuel Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Leister, Andrew New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1781 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain 1780-1781.
Lemar, Thomas A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Lepelir, Paul 1775 A Lieutenant during 1775.  Nothing more known.
Lesesne, Charles Frederick A Private and a Lieutenant of Horse from Georgetown District.  Nothing more known.
Lesesne, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 6/17/1775, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain before he resigned in 1779.  Also a Captain in Marion's Brigade. Ft. Moultrie
Leston, Thomas Nothing more known
Lethgow, R. Nothing more known
Lewis, Joseph SC 3rd Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Purvis.  Dates unknown.
Lewis, Warren Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor, and at the Battle of Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Lewis, William Berkeley County Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Armstrong.  Dates unknown.
Liddell, George SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1778 7/24/1776 a Sergeant in SC 3rd Regiment.  2nd Lieutenant 1/1/1777.  1st Lieutenant in 1777.  Promoted to Captain 12/20/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  aka George Lidell.
Liddell, Moses SC 3rd Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James McCall, dates unknown.  Later, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond. Florida Expedition 1776.
Linam, George 2nd Spartan Regiment A Private, a Sergeant, a QM, and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon, dates unknown.
Lindsay, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 Lieutenant, Captain, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Thomas Brandon, dates unknown.  1782, under Col. Philemon Waters.
Lindsay, Thomas 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 61 Days as a Lieutenant of Infantry under Capt. John Lindsay Mar-May 1780.  224 Days as a Lieutenant of Horse Jul. 1780 to June. 1781.  Later, a Captain under Col. Waters.
Lindsey, James Fairfield Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Garret Smith.
Lining, Charles SC 1st Regiment 1776 1778 May of 1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 7/20/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781, served to the end of the war.  aka Charles Linning.
Lining, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment Dates unknown.
Lisle, Ephraim Fairfield Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Kelly.  Also a Captain.
Lisle, John Sr. SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1779 Early 1775, Lt. Col. of Militia. 11/24/1775, a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment, resigned Aug. 1779. One source asserts he resigned as a Captain. 1780, joined the British, then took his entire company back to Col. Thomas Neel after battle of Williamson's Plantation.
Liston, Thomas SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged Jun. 1781.  In Militia, unit and dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Littlejohn, Samuel Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant 1779-1782.  1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. Lewis Pope.
Livingston, Thomas Georgetown District Regiment 253 Days as a Lieutenant and 100 Days as a Captain.  Dates unknown.
Lloyd, Benjamin SC 4th Regiment 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Lloyd, Edward SC 4th Regiment 1780 Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779.  Recovered, and was POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780, Guilford Court House (NC).
Lloyd, Martin Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Skirvin during 1776.
Lockhart, Aaron Fairfield Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant for one month in 1779 under Col. John Winn.
Lofton, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Howe, Col. Andrew Neel, dates unknown.  After Neel's death, under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Oct. 1780, elected Captain of a NC unit. Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek.
Long, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 11/22/1780 to 12/25/1780, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain Feb-Apr 1781 under Lt. Col. William Polk (Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons) during 1781. 
Love, Hezekiah SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1781 A Private, a Sergeant, and a Lieutenant under Capt. Eli Kershaw.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Capt. John McCool, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Eutaw Springs.
Love, Isaac Camden District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John McKinney, BG William Henderson during 1782.
Love, John Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. John Marshall.
Love, William SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1780 Nov. 1776, a 1st Lieutenant.  1779, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Uriah Goodwin.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Listed as a deserter. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Love, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Gaston.
Lowe, William SC 4th Regiment 1780 1780 A 2nd Lieutenant and an Adjutant 3/22/1780 under Col. Barnard Beeckman.
Loyd, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Militia under Capt. William Mills.
Luckie, Alexander Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Pickens.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Moses Liddell (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Promoted to Captain in 1782. Cowpens.
Luckie, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant of Horse 1779-1781.  Promoted to Captain in 1781.
Lush, "Unknown" 1781 A Lieutenant and an Adjutant, unit and dates unknown.  Killed at Eutaw Springs 9/8/1781. Eutaw Springs.
Lushington, Richard Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant 1775-1778.  Promoted to Captain.  POW at fall of Charleston.  Later, a Lt. Colonel in 1782.
Lusk, Henry Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1782 At some time during 1780-1782, a QM, Lieutenant, and Adjutant under Capt. Joseph Pickens and Capt. William Strain.
Lusk, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1778, a Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Cook.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. James Steen (2nd Spartan Regiment).  A Lieutenant and an Adjutant under Col. John Thomas, Jr., dates unknown.  Later, served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), rank and dates unknown.
Lusk, John 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Cook, dates unknown.
Lusk, Robert Jr. 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1783 1779 , a Lieutenant under Capt. William Smith, Col. John Thomas, Jr.  May 1780-Jan 1783, a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Montgomery, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).
Lyles, Magnus Fairfield Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Hancock, Lt. Col. John Winn.  Dates unknown.
Lynes, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 4/1/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. Malachi Murphy, Jr. aka William Lyon, William Lyins.
Mabry, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Thomas, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Magee, Elisha Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. Charles Evans, Jr.  One source asserts that he was also a Captain.
Malphurs, Ezekiel 1781 1782 A Sergeant and a Lieutenant in the Militia 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.
Mapp, John Spartan Regiment 1776 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Vardry McBee.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. Duncan McRae (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Promoted to Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Marion, Gabriel Jr. SC 2nd Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment, dates unknown.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, under Capt. John Melton (Lower Craven County Regiment).  Killed Nov. 16, 1780 at Allston's Plantation by Loyalists. Ft. Moultrie, Allston's Plantation.
Marshall, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1777 A 1st Lieutenant Apr. 1776.  Promoted to Captain 10/7/1777.
Martin, Barkley Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 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 1777 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, Edmund Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Key, Col. LeRoy Hammond 1780-1781.  aka Edmond Martin.
Martin, James New Acquisition District Regiment A Sergeant and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston.  
Martin, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Miller (his step-father), Capt. Charles Miles, Capt. James Martin, Col. Thomas Neel. Ramseur's Mill (NC), Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock.
Martin, John SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1779 2/16/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant.  2/16/1778, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Mazyck. A Captain in 1779, POW at the Fall of Charleston. Exchanged Nov. 1780, served to end of war. Siege of Savannah (GA).
Martin, John Berkeley County Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Richard Richardson.  Dates unknown.  Killed at Strawberry Ferry 7/16/1781. Strawberry Ferry.
Martin, Marshall Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Col. LeRoy Hammond. 
Martin, William SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1780 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. John Purvis, Capt. Robert Ellison.  Later, a Captain in the SC 4th Regiment and a GA unit.  Killed near Augusta 9/15/1780.
Martindale, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Young, Capt. George Aubrey, Col. Thomas Brandon.  Kings Mountain, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Maskall, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1778 Promoted to Captain in 1778.
Mason, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 5/15/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 1/27/1777, a 1st Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 11/25/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Aka Richard Mayson. Ft. Moultrie.
Mathews, Benjamin Colleton County Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant in the Johns Island Company under Capt. Thomas Ladson.  Promoted to Captain.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged after 13 months.
Mathews, John Raven Colleton County Regiment First, a Lieutenant in the Johns Island Company, then a Lieutenant under Capt. David Ferguson in 1777.  Later, a Captain of the True Blue Company of the Charles Town Regiment of Militia.  Dates unknown.
Maubley, Eleaser Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Hancock, Lt. Col. John Winn.  Dates unknown.
Maxwell, Josiah SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Gough, Lt. Col. Peter Horry.
May, Benjamin Fairfield Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant and a Captain of Horse in the Militia.  A Captain in Marion's Brigade.  From what is now Fairfield County.
May, John Camden District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Howell, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin, Col. Thomas Taylor for one month in 1782.
Mayes, Andrew 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant Dec. 1780 to May 1781 under Capt. Robert Faris, Col. Thomas Brandon.  A Lieutenant May 1781 to Oct. 1781 under Capt. James Crawford, Col. Thomas Brandon.
Mayfield, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Frost, Col. Edward Lacey, dates unknown.  A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) during 1782.
Mayson, Luke SC 3rd Regiment 1779 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. David Hopkins during 1779.
Mazyck, Stephen Berkeley County Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  1775, a Lieutenant under Capt. Ravenel.  1780, an Ensign and a Lieutenant in the SC 2nd Regiment.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781.  Served to end of war.  aka Stephen Mazick. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Mazyck, Daniel SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1778 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. A 1st Lieutenant in Jan 1777, promoted to Captain 5/6/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781. Served rest of war in Marion's Brigade. Ft. Moultrie
McBride, John Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 August 1780, a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Black Swamp, Tearcote Swamp, Georgetown, Santee River.
McCall, John Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Private and a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782, unit unknown.
McCalpin, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
McCammon, James Fairfield Regiment 1775 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Brown in Snow Campaign.  Also served under Capt. Henry Coffey (Camden District Regiment), Capt. William Brocket (Turkey Creek Regiment), Capt. George Neely (Turkey Creek Regiment).   Sergeant later under Capt. William Brocket. Siege of Charleston 1780, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Eutaw Springs.
McCants, Joseph Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant 11/1/1781 under Capt. Peter Youngblood.
McCants, Nathaniel 1782 1782 96 Days as a Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
McCartney, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters during 1781.
McCauley, James Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
McCaw, John Fairfield Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Whiteside, Maj. John Brown, Col. John Winn.  At some time a Brigade Major under Col. William Bratton.
McChain, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Chalmers or Capt. John Peters, dates unknown.
McClaren, Daniel Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 Lieutenant, Captain, and Major after battle of Cowpens, under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
McCloud, David Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor, dates unknown. St. James Goose Creek Church.
McClure, Hugh Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 Promoted to Captain after battle of Hanging Rock.  Son of Capt. John McClure. Beckhamville, Hanging Rock, Rocky Mount.
McClurken, Thomas 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 70 days as a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. William Farr.
McConnell, John New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. William Bratton.  Later, a Private again.
McCool, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1778 1780 Private, Ensign, Lieutenant, and Captain in Sumter's Brigade.
McCord, David Camden District Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cook.
McCottry, William Robert SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Screven.  Later a Captain.
McCowen, Samuel Turkey Creek Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Steel and a Captain under Col. William Henderson.  Dates unknown.
McCracken, Arthur Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey.  Dates unknown.
McCrary, Matthew Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant, dates unknown. 
McCreight, Robert Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Edward Martin.
McCullough, Hugh Kingstree Regiment 1780 Under Col. Archibald McDonald.  At the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
McCullough, William Kingstree Regiment 1781 1781 A Sergeant and a Lieutenant under Capt. James Brown.
McCurdy, Archibald Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. William Polk during 1781. From Mecklenburg County, NC. Earlier, in NC Militia.
McDaniel, David Little River District Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Kilgore, Maj. Jonathan Downs, Col. James Williams.
McDavid, David A Horseman and a Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
McDougal, Alexander 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 In summer of 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Blassingame and Lt. Col. James Steen.
McDowell, James Sr. Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Capt. Major Parson and Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  At one time he was a Captain of the Pacolet River Company of Militia.
McDowell, John SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted to Sergeant 6/30/1778.  1779, under Capt. Peter Gray.  1780, a Lieutenant.
McFaddin, Thomas Berkeley County Regiment 1782 1782 A 1st Lieutenant, a Captain, and and Adjutant in Marion's Brigade during 1782. 
McGarity, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Fall of 1781, elected Lieutenant under Capt. James Crawford.  1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Cooper (Turkey Creek Regiment).
McGaughey, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1783 1783 1783 a Lieutenant for 14 days.
McGaw, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens and Col. Robert Anderson before and after the Fall of Charleston.
McGill, Archibald Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton during 1780. Fishing Creek
McGill, Samuel Kingstree Regiment 1781 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Sergeant Major, an Adjutant, and a Lieutenant under Col. Archibald McDonald and BG Francis Marion.
McGinny, Charles SC 3rd Regiment From Williamsburg District.  Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment, dates unknown.  1781-1782, a Lieutenant under Gens. Marion, Sumter, and Henderson.  Units unknown.
McGriff, Patrick Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant, dates unknown.  During 1780, a Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Edward Lacey.
McGuire, Merry SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted to Sergeant Major 4/20/1777, in 1778 a 2nd Lieutenant.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
McGuire, William 1780 Unit unknown.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, held until May 1783. Siege of Charleston 1780.
McGumery, "Unknown" SC 6th Regiment 1778 Resigned on 2/5/1778.
McIllhaney, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Earle, then Capt. Henry Wood.  Dates unknown.
McIlvain, Andrew Fairfield Regiment 1776 1782 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. James Andrew.  1780-1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. George Dunlap, Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball, Col. John Marshall (Kershaw Regiment).
McIlwain, Robert Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. George Dunlap, dates unknown.
McKelvey, Robert SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1781 First, Sumter's Aide-de-Camp.  Later a Lieutenant and Captain under Maj./Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham
McKinney, James SC 5th Regiment 1777 11/24/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant.
McKinney, John Fairfield Regiment 1777 1779 1777, a Lieutenant under Col. Winn.  1779-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor.  1780-1782, a Captain under Col. John Marshall (Kershaw Regiment), Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).
McLane, William Turkey Creek Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Adams, dates unknown.
McLeary, Daniel 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. George Taylor.
McMahan, John Jr. Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Private in SC 3rd Regiment.  Lieutenant in Militia 1781-1783 under Capt. Moses Liddell.
McManess, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Company of Volunteers under Capt. John Blakeney.  Promoted to Captain under Col. George Hicks.  Dates unknown.  Aka Thomas McManis.
McMannas, Hugh 1780 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1781.  Nothing more known.  aka Hugh McManus.
McManus, Charles Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant for 161 Days.  At some time, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown. Camden, Eutaw Springs.
McMaster, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Houseal, Lt. Col/Col. Philemon Waters.
McMillan, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Robert Anderson.  Dates and unit unknown.
McMuldrew, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant in the Pee Dee Regiment of Foot.  Aka William McMuldrough.
McMurry, John Sr. Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Montgomery, Capt. Henry Coffey, Maj. Robert Crawford, Maj. Thomas Thompson, and Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.
McNeese, James Little River District Regiment 1775 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Rogers.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. Josiah Greer, Col. Joseph Hayes. aka James McNees. Snow Campaign, Keowee, Tamassee, The Ring Fight, Florida Expedition 1778, Musgrove's Mill, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Guilford Court House (NC).
McNeese, Robert Little River District Regiment 1782 Enlisted in 1775 under Capt. John Rogers.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Saxon and Col. James Williams, dates unknown.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Mulwee, Lt. Col. Robert McCreery. Stono Ferry, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
McPherson, Isaac Beaufort District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Hutchison, Col. Stephen Bull.
McQueen, Alexander SC 1st Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant.
McQueen, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  Later, a Captain.
McRae, Duncan Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Lide.
McRae, Duncan Spartan Regiment 1776 1778 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant in the Spartan Regiment, and a Captain under Lt. Col. Benjamin Roebuck and Col. Thomas Neel.
McRae, John Horry's Light Dragoons 1781 - 2/18/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Gordon and Lt. Col. Peter Horry.  
McSwain, "Unknown" A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
McWilliams, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
McWright, "Unknown" A Lieutenant during 1780, regiment unknown.
Means, Hugh 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Matthew Patton, Col. Thomas Brandon. 1780, a Captain.
Mechau, "Unknown" SC 2nd Regiment A Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment, dates unknown. 1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Withers, Lt. Col. Peter Horry (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Possibly Jesse Messhew or Manassah Michau below.
Meek, Adam New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton, and later a Captain and a Major under Lt. Col./Col. Wade Hampton.
Meloy, John SC 3rd Regiment 1778 Earlier, a Private in SC 1st Regiment.  A Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment.  Died 2/22/1778.
Meredith, Thomas 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant 1781-1782 in Sumter's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Messhew, Jesse SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Long, Maj. Peter Horry, Col. Francis Marion.
Meyers, Jacob Sr. Camden District Regiment 1782 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor during 1782.
Michau, Jacob Georgetown District Regiment At sometime, a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Unit known.
Michau, Manassah SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant of Cavalry under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Dates unknown.
Michau, Paul Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1780-1781.  Stationed at Georgetown Garrison in 1782, rank unknown.
Middleton, Hugh SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 Promoted to Captain Nov. 1775.  Major 1780-1781.  Lt. Colonel in Militia 1781.
Middleton, John Lee's Legion 1780 1782 A Cornet and a Lieutenant under a Capt. Wilson in Lee's Battalion of Light Dragoons 1779-1782.
Middleton, Thomas Jr. Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Smith.
Mikell, John Jr. Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Private, Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Ellerbee, and Major 1780-1782.
Miles, Charles New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Moon.  1780, a Captain and Major in the Fairfield Regiment under Col. Richard Winn. Stono Ferry.
Miles, John Fairfield Regiment 1782 1782 A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in 1782.  Unit unknown.
Miller, Andrew Little River District Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Lieutenant under Capt. David Hunter.  1776, reinlisted in SC 3rd Regiment as Captain under Maj. Robert Anderson.  Later a Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia.  Killed at Battle of Cowpens.
Miller, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John McDonnell, Lt. Col. William Hill.
Miller, John 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Miller, John Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1782 March 25, 1776, enlisted as Sergeant in SC 6th Regiment under Capt. William Brown.  Discharged 6/1/1777.  Then, an Adjutant under Gen. Andrew Williamson.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Mills, Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  Under Col.  William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment) at battle at Ft. Motte. Hanging Rock, Blackstocks, Eutaw Springs, Ft. Motte.
Miller, John D. Charles Town District Regiment A Lieutenant in the Charles Town Artillery.  Dates unknown.
Miller, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1781 57 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Knox during 1781. Also an Adjutant.
Miller, William 1781 1782 40 Days as a Lieutenant of Horse during 1781, 49 Days as Lieutenant of Foot during 1782, in Sumter's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Milling, Hugh SC 6th Regiment 1777 1779 1777-1780 in SC 6th Regiment as QM, Lieutenant, and Captain.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
Mills, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
Milner, Solomon Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 91 Days as a Lieutenant under Maj. Joseph Darrell.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged 7/1/1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Milton, "Unknown" A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Minick, John Adam Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1780 61 Days as a Lieutenant of Horse under Capt. Richard Hampton during 1780.
Minter, John A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia.  Regiment and dates unknown.
Mintz, Stephen A Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Miscampbell, Robert SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 75 Days as an Adjutant and a Lieutenant under Capt. Francis Moore, Capt. Isaac Ross, Col. Charles Myddleton during 1781. 3/6/1782, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. James Theus and Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons).
Miskelly, William New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant 1780-1782 under Col. William Bratton.
Mitchell, Ephraim SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 June 17, 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant.  Nov. 1775, a 1st Lieutenant.  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, James SC 4th Regiment 1775 1778 From Goose Creek.  Lieutenant and Captain in SC 4th Regiment.  Wounded at Battle of Stono Ferry.  Wounded at Battle of Hanging Rock, rank and unit unknown. Stono Ferry.
Mitchell, Nimrod Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Craig, Capt. John Robertson, Col. Thomas Taylor.
Mitchell, William SC 4th Regiment 1775 1779 6/17/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. 1776, a 1st Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 1779. Killed at the Fall of Charleston. Breach Inlet Naval Battle
Mitchum, Collin SC 5th Regiment 1776 1780 First in VA unit. Promoted to Corporal 12/1/1777.  Final rank was Lieutenant.  Transferred to SC 1st Regiment in Feb. 1780.
Moat, John SC 1st Regiment 1775
Monatt, John Charles Town District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Bentham.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Monaghan, David SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 8/26/1775, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Lewis Peyer Imhoff. Resigned 12/15/1775.
Moncrief, Richard SC 5th Regiment 1777 6/4/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant. 1/21/1778, a 1st Lieutenant.
Monk, George 1780 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1781.  Nothing more known.
Monterip, Richard SC 5th Regiment Dates unknown.
Montgomery, "Unknown" SC 2nd Regiment 1778
Montgomery, John SC 6th Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Jackson.  Resigned 2/5/1778.
Montgomery, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Moore during 1777.
Montgomery, Norris 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Montgomery, Capt. John Moore, and Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Moody, Charles Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. James Ford, Col. George Gabriel Powell.
Mooraed, Alex New Acquistion District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Bratton.  Dates unknown.
Moore, David New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Duncan McRae, Col. Thomas Neel.  1780, a Lieutenant for 60 Days under Capt. Joseph Howe, Col. William Bratton.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. John McConnell.  1782, a Lieutenant of Horse under BG William Henderson.
Moore, Henry SC 4th Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant 10/25/1778 under Capt. James Mitchell.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Moore, Hugh Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Spring of 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Major Parson, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Also served under Col. John Thomas, Jr. Thicketty Fort, Musgrove's Mill, Siege of Augusta.
Moore, Isham Camden District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in St. Mark's Parish Volunteer Company of Horse.  Later, a Captain.
Moore, James Granville County Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Captain in 1776.
Moore, James Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1776, a Lieutenant.  Later, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond in 1778.
Moore, John Spartan Regiment 1776 1776 A Private and a Sergeant in SC 3rd Regiment.  Later, a Lieutenant, a Captain, and a Major under Col. John Thomas Sr., Col. Brandon, Col. Roebuck.  1781, a Major under BG Andrew Pickens.
Moore, Thomas Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Moore, William SC 2nd Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant for 30 Days at Fort Lacey under Capt. John Carraway Smith.
Moorer, Henry 25 Days as a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Unit and dates unknown.
Morgan, Isaac 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Wadlington, Capt. Philemon Waters, then Captain.  1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Morgan, William Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant in the Charles Town Artillery.
Morris, Israel Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Morris, Thomas Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1783 From Williamsburg District.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Hill, Col. Edward Lacey.  Also served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck, rank and dates unknown.
Morris, William 20 Days as a Lieutenant of Horse.  1779, under Capt. Robert Goodwin, rank unknown.
Morrow, John 1782 1782 100 Days as a Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Motlow, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Smith, Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1781.
Mouatt, John SC 1st Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1777, a Lieutenant and Captain.  Resigned 8/18/1777.  Reenlisted in 1780 as a Lieutenant under Maj. Joseph Darrell.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Prisoner at St. Augustine until 7/1/1781.  aka John Mowatt. Ft. Johnson, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Moultrie, Alexander Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Moultrie, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 A 1st Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 10/2/1776.  Killed at Charleston 4/24/1780.
Moultrie, William Jr. SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 A 2nd Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Ft. Moultrie.
Mouzon, Henry SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1780 A Lieutenant 1777-1780.  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.
Mulwee, James Little River District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Mulwee.
Munnerlyn, Benjamin SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1780 A Private and a Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment before Fall of Charleston.  A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in Cheraws District Regiment after the Fall of Charleston. Dates unknown. Siege of Savannah, Camden, Great Savannah, Black Mingo, Georgetown, Blue Savannah.
Munnerlyn, James Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  
Munnerlyn, John Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Munnerylyn, Shadrack Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain during 1779-1780.
Murphey, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 A Horseman, Lieutenant, and Commissary under Capt. John McConnell, Capt. Hugh Bratton, Capt. James Wallace, Capt. John Wallace 1780-1782. Fishing Creek.
Murphy, Drury A Private, a Sergeant and a Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Murphy, William 1st Spartan Regiment A Sergeant Major and a Lieutenant under Capt. Philemon Waters, Col. John Thomas, Jr., dates unknown.
Murrell, John J. Berkeley County Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Murrell, Col. Joseph Maybank.
Muse, Daniel Jr. 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under BG William Henderson April to June of 1782.  Unit unknown.
Muse, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1778 1778 Early 1778, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Lang, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  At one time a Captain. Florida Expedition 1778.
Myers, Abraham Kershaw Regiment 1781 1781 300 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. William Nisbett and Col. John Marshall during 1781.  Apparently, a Lieutenant during 1779, unit unknown.
Myers, Jacob Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. David Hopkins.  1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Narramore, John Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 Jan 1779, a Corporal under Capt. John Marshall.  May 1780, a Private and Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Haile. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Eutaw Springs.
Neaville, Isaac Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Luke Whitefield.
Neel, John Little River District Regiment 1781 1781 From Laurens District.  A Sergeant and a Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston.  Lt. under Capt. William Mulwee early 1781.  Killed at Hayes' Station 11/19/1781.  aka John Neil. Hayes' Station.
Neely, Samuel New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Thompson.  Later, a Captain under Col. William Hill.
Neely, Thomas Fairfield Regiment 1776 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Whiteside.  1778, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Neel (New Acquisition District Regiment).
Nelson, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Watts, Capt. William Nisbett 1780-1782.
Nettles, William Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 1779, a Sergeant and a Sergeant Major under Capt. Welch and Lt. Col. Eli Kershaw.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Brewer.  Promoted to Captain 8/18/1780.
Nettles, Zachariah Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 Nov. 1780 to Sep. 1781, a 1st Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Unit unknown.  Later in 1781, a Private and a Sergeant in Sumter's Brigade, unit unknown.  1782, served under BG William Henderson, rank and unit unknown.
Neufville, Edward Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant in Militia 1779-1780.  Unit unknown.
Newberry, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1781.  Later an Adjutant under BG Thomas Sumter in 1781.
Newsom, Benjamin SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780
Neyle, Philip SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1780 June 16, 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant.  1776, a 1st Lieutenant.  Aide-de-Camp to BG William Moultrie, and killed by a cannonball in April 1780 at the Siege of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Nicholson, Wright A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Nielson, Thomas 1780 1781 62 Days as a Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1781.  Unit unknown.
Nippers, Absalom A Sergeant and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston.
Nisbett, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant June 1780 to June 1781.  A Captain October 1781 to October 1782 under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Nisbett, Samuel 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Barry.  1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Nisbett, William Kershaw Regiment 1781 1781 2/16/1781 to 5/15/1781, a Captain under Col. John Marshall.  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.
Noble, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Neel.  Then, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment), dates unknown.
Nobles, Lewis Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Ryan, Col. LeRoy Hammond. Siege of Augusta (GA).
Nobles, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Ryan.
Noland, Aubrey 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 31 days as a Lieutenant.
North, John Colleton County Regiment 1782 1782 Horse Shoe Company.  Feb. 1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Youngblood.
Nuggans, Mack Kershaw Regiment 1781 - 3/7/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Gee and Col. James Postell.  
Oates, "Unknown" 1776 A Lieutenant in Militia, unit and dates unknown.  Killed at Cockspur on 3/4/1776.
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, Michael 1778 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. George Robinson, Col. James Screven (GA) during 1778.  Killed 8/28/1781.
Ogier, George SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1780 4/3/1779, a 2nd Lieutenant. 8/14/1779, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Mazyck. POW at Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Ogier, Lewis SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. Daniel Horry.  Died 1780.  One source asserts he was a Captain in Aug. 1780. Port Royal Island #1, Siege of Savannah.
Oliphant, William SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Lieutenant.  A Captain in 1776.  Resigned 10/21/1777.
Oliver, Peter SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1780 Jan 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Eli Kershaw.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel Tateman, Lt. Col. Charles Heatley (Orangeburgh District Regiment).  1780, a Captain. Ft. Moultrie.
Osborne, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant first in the Willtown Company (Capt. William Skirvin) during 1775.  1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Hayne.  1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Isaac Hayne.  aka Thomas Osborn.
O'Sheals, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Served many times.  At some time, a Lieutenant, most likely under Capt. Thomas Blassingame, Col. Thomas Brandon.
Oswald, William Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1776 A Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Volunteer Company during 1776. 
Ott, Abraham Orangeburgh District Regiment 1776 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Rumph during 1776. 
Otterson, Lowell Spartan Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Col. John Thomas, unit and dates unknown.  Under Capt. Daniel McKay in 1776.
Otterson, Samuel Spartan Regiment 1776 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Daniel McKay, Capt. John Hill, and Capt. Benjamin Jolly.  Promoted to Captain 2/8/1780 under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).
Otterson, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1775 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Winn, Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Then, a Captain.  aka Thomas Atterson.
Ousby, Thomas SC 4th Regiment 1780 1780 1775-1779, a Private, a Sergeant, and a QM Sergeant.  April 1780, a Lieutenant and Regimental QM.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, held until end of war.  Aka Thomas Ousley. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Owen, Jonathan Colleton County Regiment A Sergeant, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Lt. Col. James Thompson.  Dates unknown.
Owens, John A Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Owens, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Lieutenant under Col. Richard Winn. Ft. Granby, St. James Goose Creek Church.
Packer, "Unknown" Lower Craven County Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Greaves, dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Paine, Peter Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Mills during 1779.
Palmer, Peter Charles Town District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in the St. Stephen's Parish Company during 1782.
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.
Pardue, Joel Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Parham, James SC 1st Regiment 1778 1776, enlisted as Sergeant under Capt. John Vanderhorst.  Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 3/16/1778.
Parham, James SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 1777-1778, a Sergeant and a QM Sergeant.  2nd Lieutenant 3/19/1778.  Regimental QM.  1780, under Capt. Simeon Theus.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Later, under Col. Thomas Brandon, rank and unit unknown.  May be same man as directly above. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Parker, John Berkeley County Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  A Lieutenant during 1775. 2/18/1781, a Lieutenant in Horry's Light Dragoons under Capt. Robert Thornley.
Parker, Robert Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Turner, dates unknown.
Parrott, Thomas Sr. Fairfield Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Richard Winn and later a Captain under Lt. Col. John Pearson (Kershaw Regiment).
Parson, Major SC 5th Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant in SC 5th Regiment.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah.  Later, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby (NC) and Col. Benjamin Roebuck. Siege of Savannah.
Partridge, William SC 1st Regiment Dates unknown.
Patrick, Willam New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Lieutenant under Maj. Francis Ross.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Howe 1780-1782.
Patrie, Alexander SC 5th Regiment 1778 A 1st Lieutenant, promoted to Captain on 1/21/1778.
Patterson, Josiah Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Carson, Col. Robert Anderson. 
Patton, John A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown.
Payne, Peter Charles Town District Regiment 1775 A 3rd Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. William Mills.
Pearson, Moses Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 From Marlboro District.  A Lieutenant under Col. George Hicks.  A Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton.
Pearson, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Pearson.
Pearson, William Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cook during 1781. 
Peeples, John Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 94 Days as a Lieutenant during 1781-1782 under Capt. William Standard, Col. Lemuel Benton.
Pelot, Charles 1781 1782 207 days as a Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia during 1781.
Perham, James SC 1st Regiment 1778 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. John Vanderhorst.  Most likely, James Parham, see above.
Perronneau, Henry SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 11/12/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Horry. 11/9/1777, a 1st Lieutenant. Transferred to Capt. William Charnock's company on 4/19/1778. Acquitted during a court martial. Resigned 7/15/1778.
Perronneau, James Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1777 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  Later, a Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment.  Resigned 12/12/1777.
Perronneau, John SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 6/21/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. Resigned 12/12/1777. One source asserts he was in the SC 2nd Regiment, and not the SC 1st Regiment.
Perry, "Unknown" 1781 Killed at Quinby's Bridge 7/17/1781. Quinby's Bridge.
Perry, Edward Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Beach Hill Company under Capt. William McClaughlin.  Later, in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Perry, Richard Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Beach Hill Company under Capt. William McClaughlin.
Petrie, Alexander SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a 2nd A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Motte. 2/23/1779, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Dunbar. May 1779, back under Capt. Charles Motte. Wounded at the Siege of Savannah, GA on 10/9/1779. He resigned in January of 1780. Later an Adjutant in the Charles Town District Regiment until Nov. 1782. Siege of Savannah (GA).
Petrie, Alexander SC 5th Regiment - - A Lieutenant dates unknown. Promoted to Captain, he resigned on 10/8/1778.  
Petrie, George Charles Town District Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant in 2nd Battalion.  A Lieutenant 12/23/1779 under Capt. Simeon Theus in the SC 1st Regiment.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.   Siege of Charleston 1780.
Phepoe, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.
Pickens, Joseph SC 5th Regiment A Lieutenant fairly early, dates unknown.
Pickering, Francis SC 2nd Regiment 1776 Spencer's Inlet
Picket, Charles Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Lewis.  Dates unknown.  1777, would be New Acquisition Regiment.  1780, would be Turkey Creek Regiment.  Apparently, also a Captain under Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment) during 1782.
Picket, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1783 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Lewis.  Dates unknown.
Piercey, John A Lieutenant and a Major in the Militia.  Nothing more known
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Pipkin, Daniel Georgetown District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade during 1782.  Unit unknown.
Pitts, Henry Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Levi Casey.  Dates unknown.
Plater, Philip Frederick Van SC 4th Regiment 1778 1780 POW at Fall of Charleston.  aka Frederick Von Plater. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Pledger, John Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  129 Days as a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Maurice Murphy, Col. George Hicks.
Pledger, Joseph SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Wise.  Resigned 1/30/1776.
Polk, Charles Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. William Polk during 1781.
Polk, Ezekiel New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Drummond, Col. Thomas Neel in early 1775.  Later, a Captain.
Polk, Thomas Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Martin, Lt. Col. William Polk, BG Sumter.  Killed Sept. 8, 1781 at Eutaw Springs.  One source says he was a Captain at Eutaw Springs.
Polk, William 1781 A Lieutenant in SC State Troops, unit unknown.  Killed 9/8/1781 at Eutaw Springs.
Polk, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Ezekiel Polk in his Independent Company of Rangers.  Appointed a Major under Col. John Williams (NC) in 1776.  1780, a Lt. Colonel of Light Dragoons under BG Thomas Sumter. Great Cane Brake.
Pollard, Richard SC 6th Regiment 1777 1779 Promoted to Sergeant 5/6/1776, promoted to Sergeant Major 6/2/1776, promoted to Lieutenant Feb. 1777, promoted to Captain 6/20/1779.  Transferred to SC 1st Regiment Feb. 1780.  POW at fall of Charleston. Stono Ferry.
Pollard, Robert A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown.
Pollard, Robin Forks of Saluda District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Pollard (his father).  Became Captain when his father died.
Poor, Joseph SC 1st Regiment 1775 Probably Joseph Ioor above.
Pope, Lewis Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Kirkland.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Porter, Robert Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton April to July 1781.
Porter, Ross Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  Dates unknown.
Porter, William Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1782 Private and Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton 1781-1782.
Postell, Benjamin SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 Nov. 1778, a 1st Lieutenant under Captain, then Maj. Hezekiah Maham. POW at Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Postell, Hugh From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Postell, Jehu Georgetown District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Dates unknown.  1782, Colonel, commander of Georgetown District Regiment of Militia.
Potts, Thomas Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant in the Prince Frederick's Parish 2nd Company of Volunteer Militia under Capt. Benjamin Screven during 1775.  At some time, he was a Captain in the SC 5th Regiment.  Later, a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Potts, Thomas Jr. Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John James, Jr.
Powe, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A 1st Lieutenant in the Northeast St. David's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. Robert Lide.  Also a Commissary of Purchases under Col. George Hicks.
Powell, John Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston.  1781, under Maj. John Pearson, Lt. Col. David Hopkins (Fairfield Regiment).  1782, under Maj. John Wallace (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Price, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1777 1779 A 2nd Lieutenant, enlisted on 6/11/1777.  Killed at Stono Ferry on 6/20/1779. Stono Ferry.
Prince, "Unknown" 1779 Wounded at Battle of Stono Ferry 6/20/1779.  Died as result of wounds. Stono Ferry.
Prince, Thomas Independent Company of Rangers 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Bowie in his Independent Company of Rangers.  When Bowie joined the SC 5th Regiment in Feb. 1776, he joined as well.  A Lieutenant under Capt. McCullough, Maj. Ross.  Killed at Battle of Stono Ferry 6/20/1779.  aka Thomas Price.  Probably the same man as above (Thomas Price). Stono Ferry.
Prioleau, Hext Charles Town District Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant in the Light Infantry Company during 1776.
Prioleau, Philip Charles Town District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant in 1778 under Capt. James Bentham.  Later a Captain.
Prioleau, Samuel Charles Town District Regiment 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Proctor, "Unknown" SC 6th Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. William Robb, Col. William Henderson.
Proctor, Samuel Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Charnal Durham, dates unknown.
Proveaux, Adrian SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 Feb. 1776, a 2nd Lieutenant. 10/22/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 4/17/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Ft. Moultrie
Rabb, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Charnal Durham, Col. Richard Winn 1781-1782.  
Raiford, Philip Fairfield Regiment 1778 1778 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Woodward, Col. John Winn.  Then, a Horseman.
Raley, Charles Kershaw Regiment 1780 1783 1780, A Lieutenant under Capt. John Watts, Col. John Marshall.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Nettles and Maj. Thomas Thompson.  1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Beason.  1783, a Lieutenant under Capt. Douglas Starke. Radcliffe's Bridge, Parker's Ferry, Eutaw Springs
Ramsey, Alexander Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Battle of Carr's Fort (GA), a prisoner 2/10/1779.  Unit unknown. Carr's Fort (GA)
Ramsey, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 From Abbeville District.  A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. James McCall.  Later, a Captain.
Randall, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Sinquefield, Capt. John Hammond, Jr., Capt. Joseph Youngblood, Capt. John Ryan, Col. LeRoy Hammond.  At some time, he was a Captain.
Raphael, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment 1776 1777 A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
Ratchford, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment From York District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Henry, Col. William Bratton.  Dates unknown. Hanging Rock, Kings Mountain, Cowpens, Guilford Court House (NC).
Ravenel, Henry Jr. 1781 1782 A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782.  Unit unknown.
Reagan, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 Fall of 1779, appointed a Lieutenant under Capt. Philemon Waters, Lt. Col. David Glynn.  Fall of 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters. Rocky Mount.
Reaves, Timothy Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Cook, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Dates unknown.
Redman, John Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Parrott, Col. Richard Winn.  At Battle of Eutaw Springs under Lt. Col. David Hopkins.  May-Jun. 1782, under Capt. Charnal Durham, Col. Richard Winn.
Reed, Hugh Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Norwood, Lt. Col./Col. Robert Anderson before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.  At the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Reed, Jacob Beaufort District Regiment 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. Brown, Col. Stephen Bull.
Reed, John SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. Wade Hampton.  Dates unknown.  aka John Reid.  From Williamsburg District.
Reed, Samuel Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Wardlaw, Lt. Col. George Reed (his father).  Siege of Ninety-Six 1775, Carey's Fort, Kettle Creek (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Reese, Charles Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William McKenzie and Col. William Hill during 1781.
Reeves, Green Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. William Goodwyn, Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown.
Reid, Jacob Charles Town District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Lushington, dates unknown.
Reid, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Moore, Capt. Robert Maxwell, Capt. John Bowie, Col. Robert Anderson.  Dates unknown. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Reiley, Samuel 1781 1783 A Lieutenant in Militia 1781-1783.  Nothing more known.
Renick, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1782 1778, a Sergeant and Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Sadler, Capt. John Wallace, Capt. William Bratton, Capt. Joseph Ross, Col. Thomas Neel, Col. William Bratton. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs.
Reynolds, Benjamin Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the St. Helena's Parish Militia under Capt. John Jenkins.
Reynolds, David Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1780, a Lieutenant under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr.  
Reynolds, John Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. John Blakeney.  Still in service, rank and unit unknown, in 1781.
Reynolds, Richard Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Port.
Rheny, William A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Rhodes, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Jones, Col. LeRoy Hammond Apr.-Jul. 1781.
Richardson, Richard Jr. Camden District Regiment 1775 1776 First, a Lieutenant under Col. Richard Richardson (his father) in 1775.  1776, Captain in SC 2nd Regiment.  Promoted to Major.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled.  Joined Marion's Brigade, promoted to Colonel.
Richbourgh, Henry Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Richardson, dates unknown.
Richbourgh, James Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Richardson, dates unknown.
Richbourgh, John Camden District Regiment 1780 1781 A 2nd Lieutenant under Lt. Richard G. Dennis, Capt. William Cantey, Maj. John James, Maj. Gamble, Lt. Col. Richard Richardson, Jr., Col. Richard Richardson, Sr.   POW at Fall of Charleston, paroled for 12 months. Broke his parole, joined Sumter and Marion.  1781, a Lieutenant under Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment).  Then, a Captain till the end of the war. Siege of Charleston 1780, St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Richbourgh, Nathan Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Richardson, dates unknown.
Richey, William Little River District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. George Tate.  A Captain before the Fall of Charleston.
Riley, William SC 3rd Regiment 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Anderson.
Ritchie, James Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment Private and Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Rives, Timothy Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  60 days as a Lieutenant (1781) and 30 days as a Commissary (1782) under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Roans, George 1780 A Lieutenant.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Unit unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Robb, Robert Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Frazer, Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown.
Robb, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Parrott, Col. Richard Winn during 1781.
Roberson, James SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Roberts, James 1781 1781 A Lieutenant and Captain in Militia 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.
Roberts, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Pon Pon Company under Capt. Isaac Hayne.
Roberts, William H. Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Drayton.
Robertson, James Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William McKenzie, Col. William Hill. 
Robertson, Nathaniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Earlier, an Ensign under Capt. George Taylor.  A Lieutenant under Capt. James Thomas 8/3/1780 to 1/17/1781.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Mapp, Col. Benjamin Roebuck, dates and unit unknown.  Then, a Private.
Robeson, James SC 3rd Regiment 1780 In 1780, a Captain. Ft. Morris (GA) w/26 men (all captured)
Robins, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Gaston.  Promoted to Captain 11/5/1780 under Col. Edward Lacey in the Turkey Creek Regiment.
Robinson, Israel 2nd Spartan Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.  Also served under Capt. William McKenzie, Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons), dates unknown.
Robinson, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private and Lieutenant under Capt. John McCool. Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Williamson's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Robinson, Nicholas Camden District Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Maj. John Marshall, Col. Joseph Kershaw during 1779.
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. Hanging Rock.
Robison, Joseph Fairfield Regiment 1782 1782 1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. John McCool.
Robison, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 June 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. James Jamieson.  Later, a Private.
Roche, James SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 90 Days as a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Peter Horry during 1782, unit unknown.
Rodgers, Christopher SC 2nd Regiment 1779 2/28/1779, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Motte.
Roebuck, Robert Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Francis Linkfield before and after the Fall of Charleston (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).
Roger, Peter A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown.
Rogers, Andrew A Lieutenant in Militia before the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Rogers, John Little River District Regiment A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain.  At Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston (1780), Eutaw Springs, Quinby's Bridge, rank unknown.  At one time, in Marion's Brigade. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780, Eutaw Springs, Quinby's Bridge.
Rogers, William Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 April to June 1781, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  Unit unknown.
Rolando, "Unknown" SC 5th Regiment 1777 Resigned 5/28/1777.
Rosamond, Samuel Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1782 A Lieutenant under Adam Crain Jones during 1775-1778.  A Captain under Col. Robert Anderson at Siege of Ninety-Six (1781).  A Lieutenant under Capt. Adam Crain Jones during 1782.  Also at battle of Kettle Creek (GA).
Roux, Albert SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1779 12/15/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Moultrie. 1st Lieutenant on 12/15/1777 under Capt. William Charnock. Transferred to Capt. Thomas Dunbar on 4/19/1778. Promoted to Captain 8/17/1779.
Rowell, Valentine Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Rogers, and a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles Aug. 1780 to Jan. 1781.
Rozere, Peter Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Bouchillon.  Dates unknown.
Rumph, Abraham Orangeburgh District Regiment 1782 1782 1781-1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Linder.
Rushing, John Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1783 From Cheraws District.  103 Days as a Lieutenant 1782-1783.  Unit unknown.
Russell, Thomas Commander SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 2nd Lieutenant 4/22/1778.  1st Lieutenant 10/9/1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Rutledge, Edward Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 Early 1775, a Lieutenant Fireworker in Artillery Company under Capt. Owen Roberts.  Then, a Lieutenant in the Charles Town Battalion of Artillery, 2nd Independent Company.  A signer of the Declaration of Independence.  Captain 1776-1781.  POW at fall of Charleston.  Exchanged July 1781.
Rutledge, Thomas 1776 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Unit unknown.  Then, in NC unit. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Rutledge, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1776 Lieutenant and Adjutant.  Banished from Charleston by British in 1781.
Ryan, James Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Doughty, Maj. Andrew Williamson.  Later, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.
Ryan, Lacon Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John Ryan before and after Fall of Charleston.
Salley, John Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Capt. John Lawrence, Lt. Col. William Buford, Col. William Hill.
Salmon, George Spartan Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Wood.  Next, under Capt. William Benson, Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  At some time, a QM. Siege of Augusta.
Sanders, James SC 3rd Regiment 1775 From Fairfield District.  First in Robert Ellison's Independent Company, then transferred with him to SC 3rd Regiment.
Sanders, John Colleton County Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Lieutenant in the Horse Shoe Company under Capt. William Postell. 1779, a Captain. 1780, a Lt. Colonel and a Colonel.
Sapp, John Upper Granville County Regiment A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain in Militia.  Dates and unit unknown.
Sarratt, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates and unit unknown.
Sartor, John 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Sass, Jacob Charles Town District Regiment 1777 3rd Lieutenant in the German Fusiliers in late 1777. Siege of Savannah.
Saunders, Nathaniel Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton.  
Savage, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1782 A Sergeant under Capt. Joshua Palmer, Capt. Benjamin Jolly, and Capt. Joseph Hughes.  At some time, a Lieutenant of Horse. Hollingsworth's Mill
Sawyer, "Unknown" Wounded at Beaufort on 2/9/1779
Saxon, Samuel Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Gillam, Jr., Col. James Williams.  Dates unknown.
Scott, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 1778, a Lieutenant under Maj. Peter Horry.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Col. Hugh Giles (Lower Craven County Regiment).  Wounded severely at Black Mingo.  Also a Lieutenant under Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment). Siege of Savannah, Black Mingo, Kings Mountain, Sampit Bridge #1, Witherspoon's Ferry, Eutaw Springs.
Scott, Joseph James Lower Craven County Regiment A Lieutenant, dates unknown.  Wounded at Black Mingo 9/14/1780. Also wounded at the battle of Shubrick's Plantation.  From Williamsburg District. Black Mingo, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Scott, Robert Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Prince Frederick's Parish Volunteer Militia during 1775.
Scrim, William 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Unit unknown.
Scruggs, Jesse Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Sergeant and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Seabrook, John Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Edisto Island Company under Capt. Joseph Fickling.
Servis, William SC 2nd Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Graham during 1776.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain in Sumter's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown.
Shanklin, Thomas Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston.   Cherokee Ford, Kettle Creek (GA)
Sharp, James SC 3rd Regiment 1775
Shephard, Charles Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Gentlemen Volunteers.  1779, a Captain of the German Fusiliers.  Killed at the Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779.
Shepherd, John 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters. Also served under Lt. Col. Peter Horry, dates, rank, and unit unknown.
Ships, David 1781 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia 7/9/1781 to 8/28/1781.  Unit unknown.
Shockley, Thomas Sr. 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Shriver, Jacob SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant Nov. 1779 in SC 4th Regiment.  Captain of Engineers 3/2/1780.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged 1781.
Shubrick, Jacob SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant. 5/10/1776, a 1st Lieutenant in the SC 2nd Regiment. A Captain on 10/21/1777. Ft. Moultrie.
Shubrick, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant 1775.  Promoted to Captain in 1776. Ft. Johnson.
Shubrick, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1778 January of 1777, a 1st Lieutenant.  Captain 6/21/1778 of SC 5th Regiment.
Shuler, Henry 150 days as a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Simkins, John A Private and a Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Simmons, Charles A Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown.
Simmons, Richard Kershaw Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Watts.  A Captain after Battle of Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Simonds, Richard 1781 Killed at Battle of Eutaw Springs 9/8/1781. Eutaw Springs.
Simons, John SC 1st Regiment 1776 1780 Later, a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Simons, Keating Kingstree Regiment 1780 - Col. Francis Marion sent him on August 29, 1780 to carry the news of the battle of Great Savannah (8/25) to Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates in Hillsborough, NC (after the battle of Camden on 8/16).
Simpson, Robert SC 4th Regiment 1777 1777, a Lieutenant. Nothing more known.
Simril, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Anderson, Col. Thomas Neel.
Sims, James SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant under Col. Charles Myddleton.  Unit and dates unknown.  
Singleton, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the St. Mark's Parish Volunteer Company of Horse during 1775.  Later served under Col. Daniel Horry.  At some time he was a Captain.
Singleton, Joseph Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Singleton.  Dates unknown.
Singleton, Richard SC 1st Regiment 1775 1778 Later a Lt. Colonel in Camden District Regiment, from St. Mark's Parish.
Sisson, Martin 1781 1782 A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.
Sisson, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Sterling Turner.  Dates unknown.
Skellin, William 89 Days as a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.  Unit and dates unknown.
Skirvin, Charles SC 1st Regiment 1777 1779 12/20/1777, a 2nd Lieutenant. 11/6/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 12/1/1779 under Col. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. POW at the Fall of Charleston. aka Charles Skirving.
Smart, James Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 153 Days as a Lieutenant in Militia 1781-1782.  Unit unknown.
Smiser, Jacob SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 12/6/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Fishburne. Wambaw Bridge, Tidyman's Plantation (Killed).
Smiser, Job SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Peter Horry during 1781.  aka Job Smizer, aka Job Smyser.
Smith, Aaron SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 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. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Smith, Benjamin Ninety-Six District Regiment From Goose Creek.  Earlier a Captain.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Adam Crain Jones, Maj. Andrew Pickens.  1780, a Major.
Smith, Daniel New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant in 1781 under Capt. Benjamin Garrison, Col. William Bratton.  At some time, a Captain.
Smith, David New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. William Copeland, dates unknown.
Smith, Gideon 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon during 1779.
Smith, James Charles Town District Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  A Lieutenant in 1775.
Smith, James SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham. Dates unknown.
Smith, John Turkey Creek Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Edward Lacey, dates unknown.
Smith, John Carraway SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 9/16/1776. In SC 3rd Regiment in 1778. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged Nov. 1780.
Smith, Joseph Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant in 1781 under Col. Richard Winn.
Smith, Press SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 6/17/1775, a Lieutenant. He died on 10/2/1777. One source says he was in the SC 1st Regiment.
Smith, Reuben Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 A Lietuenant under Capt. John Mapp, Col. Benjamin Roebuck during 1782.  Also a Footman for 44 days.  May have also been a Drummer.
Smith, Samuel SC 1st Regiment 1779 Resigned Aug. 1779.
Smith, Samuel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Luke Pryor.
Smith, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the St. George's Dorchester Parish Volunteer Company.
Smith, William 2nd Spartan Regiment A Sergeant and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Smith, William Spartan Regiment 1775 1777 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 Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Next, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Also served as Major. Snow Campaign, Tamassee, Black Hole.
Smith, William Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Craig.
Smyth, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Snoddy, Fergus SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Reed, Col. Wade Hampton during 1781.
Spanklin, Thomas Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Anderson.
Spann, James Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Spence, Robert Orangeburgh District Regiment 1782 1782 A Private, a Sergeant, and a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. William Russell Thomson in 1782.
Spencer, Calvin SC 5th Regiment 1776 1776 Enlisted as Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain.  Resigned.  Appointed Assistant Deputy QM.  At Siege of Savannah.  1780, QM General.  Captured at Georgetown, imprisoned several months.  Later a Captain in Marines on a Privateer. -
Spivey, George Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteers under Capt. George King, Col. George Gabriel Powell.
Splean, William 160 days as a Private and a Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Spraggins, "Unknown" SC State Troops.  Wounded at Battle of Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Spraggins, Clark Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant either under Capt. William Butler (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment) or Capt. Solomon Pope (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment) after the Fall of Charleston.  At some time, a Lieutenant under Col. Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Spurgins, Thomas Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Stafford, Robert 1780 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia 1780-1781.  Nothing more known.
Standard, William Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1779 From Cheraws District.  An Ensign and a Captain in the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  Also served as a Lieutenant and a Captain in the Cheraws District Regiment under Col. Abel Kolb during 1779.
Starke, Douglas Kershaw Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Chesnut.  Later a Captain under Col. John Marshall. Siege of Charleston 1780. 
Starke, James Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Starke, Reuben Camden District Regiment 1777 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor in late 1780, early 1781.  Then, a Private again.
Starkes, Thomas Little River District Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Charles King.
Steel, Robert 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 A Sergeant and Lieutanant under Capt. John Lindsay.
Steele, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. John McClure. Beckhamville
Steele, Joseph New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Hanna, Capt. Campbell Tate, Capt. Joseph Howe, Col. William Bratton.  Aka Joseph Steel.
Sterling, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. Andrew Neel.
Stevens, Daniel Charles Town District Regiment 1777 1780 A 3rd Lieutenant in the Charles Town Battalion of Artillery under Capt. Thomas Heyward, Jr.  POW at fall of Charleston.  Exchanged May 1781.  1st Lieutenant afterwards under Capt. Thomas Heyward, Jr., Col. William Henderson.
Stevens, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Private, a Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon 1781-1782. 
Stevens, Jervais Henry Maham's Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant, an Adjutant, and a Captain under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham during 1781. Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation,
Stevens, Joseph Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant 1781-1782
Stevens, Samuel New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Hanna, dates unknown.
Stevenson, James Little River District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. David Hunter.  Captain in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782
Stevenson, Thomas SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Withers, Lt. Col. Peter Horry during 1781.
Stewart, Hugh Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 From Williamsburg District.  62 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. Hugh Knox and Capt. Philip Walker during 1780.
Stiffle, James A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Storey, George 2nd Spartan Regiment 1778 1780 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Faris, Capt. Hugh Means, Col. Thomas Brandon 1778-1780.
Storey, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant 1781-1782 under Capt. James Crawford.
Strain, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Before and after the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant and a Captain.  At one time, a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson.  Dates unknown.
Strobel, Daniel Charles Town District Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant in the German Fusiliers.  1779, a Captain. Siege of Savannah.
Strother, George Upper Craven County Regiment 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  A Lieutenant in 1782 under Capt. Thomas Ellerbee, Col. Lemuel Benton.
Stubbs, James A Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Summer, Henry Lower District Regiment 1778 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Adam Summer and Col. Jonas Beard.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Folmer.  One source claims he made it to Captain.
Surginer, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Tutman, Lt. Col. Richard Hampton from 5/21/1781 to 10/1/1782.
Swancy, Robert A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Swearingen, John SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. Arthur Simkins, Maj. John Purvis.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Hatcher (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Swearingen, Van Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Hatcher, Col. LeRoy Hammond during 1778.  A Lieutenant under Capt. John Ryan during 1781.
Swigard, George 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant before the Fall of Charleston under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.
Swinton, Ella Cheraws District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. George King.  Later, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. John Baxter (Upper Craven County Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Syders, "Unknown" Nothing more known.
Taggard, William SC 3rd Regiment 1778 2/12/1778, a 2nd Lieutenant. aka William Taggart.
Talberd, Henry 1779, a Lieutenant.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain.  Unit and dates unknown.
Tandy, Achilles Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1782 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.  An Adjutant in 1782.
Tanner, Josiah Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Vardry McBee, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Wounded in right arm at Kings Mountain. Kings Mountain.
Tate, James Lee's Legion 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia.  At the Fall of Charleston  Killed at Guilford Court House 3/15/1781. Siege of Charleston 1780
Tate, William SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 Capt.-Lt. in SC 5th Regiment. Resigned 1777. Lieutenant on 10/8/1779 in SC 4th Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Exchanged Oct. 1780. Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780.
Taylor, Adam 1st Spartan Regiment 8/4/1781 to 9/6/1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Taylor, Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.
Taylor, Francis SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1777 9/12/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Heatley. 5/6/1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Feb 1777, promoted to Captain.  Later in militia, rank and unit unknown.
Taylor, John Camden District Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.
Taylor, John 1st Spartan Regiment Before and after the Fall of Charleston, a Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters, dates unknown.
Taylor, Peter From Goose Creek.  A Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Taylor, Samuel SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 June 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant.  May 1776, a 1st Lieutenant.  1778, a Captain and 1779, a Major in the SC 6th Regiment.
Taylor, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant and an Adjutant under Capt. Philemon Waters.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain.
Taylor, William Camden District Regiment From Richland District.  A Sergeant and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor, dates unknown.
Tebout, Tunis Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Beaufort Artillery Company under Capt. John Joiner.
Tenhimen, James A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
Terrell, James Cheraws District Regiment From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.  A some time, a Captain.
Terrell, Samuel Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1783 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.  Aka Samuel Terral.
Terril, Richmond Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Eli Kershaw and Maj. John Marshall.  1782, a Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall (Kershaw Regiment).
Terrill, Richard 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1782.  Unit unknown.  May be same man as directly above.
Terry, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Moses Kirkland. Siege of Ninety-Six 1775.
Terry, Champ 3 days as a Lieutenant and 3 days as a Captain.  Nothing more known.
Terry, Joseph 1782 1782 70 Days as a Lieutenant from July 1782 in Marion's Brigade.  Unit unknown.
Theus, James SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj./Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham 1779-1782.
Theus, Simeon SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 June 17, 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant.  May 1776, a 1st Lieutenant. A Captain 8/18/1777. POW at the Fall of Charleston. 1781-1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Giles, Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons).
Thomas, Edward Berkeley County Regiment 1775 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Marion, Col. Richard Singleton.  Also a Lieutenant under Capt. John Roger Pinckney.  Also, a Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston, dates and unit unknown.
Thomas, James Fairfield Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Daniel Hopkins.
Thomas, John 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon, unit and dates unknown.
Thomas, Robert Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Mortally wounded at the Battle of Mud Lick Creek 3/2/1781.
Thompson, Absalom Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Smith and Col. Benjamin Roebuck. Kings Mountain.
Thompson, Elisha Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Wood, Capt. John Nisbett, Capt. John Collins, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.
Thompson, William SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Screven, Col. Daniel Horry.
Thomson, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall, unit unknown.  1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. George Dunlap (Fairfield Regiment). Ft. Motte
Thomson, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1781.
Thomson, William Russell SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Goodwyn, Lt. Col. William Thomson, his father.   1781, a Brigade Major under Col. William Henderson.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 7/12/1781 under Col. Richard Hampton. Sullivan's Island, Siege of Savannah.
Threewits, Joel Camden District Regiment 1778 1778 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. William Howell, Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.   A Captain 12/1/1778.
Threewits, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 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.
Tillman, Edward 2nd Spartan Regiment A Private, a Sergeant, and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Timmerman, Philip A Lieutenant before the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Tinsley, James Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 June 1780, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Laughlin Leonard, Capt. Daniel Williams, Lt. Col. Joseph Hayes.  With Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) at Blackstocks, Cowpens, and Siege of Ninety-Six.  Next, under Capt. William Harris.  Escaped Hayes' Station.  Then under Maj. Benjamin Jolly (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Promoted to Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Guilford Court House (NC), Hayes' Station.
Tippen, John 1782 1782 A Lieutenant in Militia 6/13/1782 to 7/13/1782.  Unit unknown.
Tiuincase, Henry Camden District Regiment 1776 1776 A Lieutenant under Col. Richard Richardson during 1776.  Unit unknown.
Tomlinson, John Kershaw Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. John Marshall during 1780.
Torrans, William H. Charles Town District Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant 4/22/1782 to 12/17/1782.  Unit unknown.
Towles, Oliver SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Sergeant. A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Winn.  Captured at Ft. McIntosh in March of 1777. 1778, a Captain. Ft. McIntosh (GA)
Tramble, Jarret 2nd Spartan Regiment Before and after the Fall of Charleston, a Private, a Sergeant, and a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Trappe, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Craig, Col. Thomas Taylor 1781-1782.
Tremble, Moses A Private and a Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Tucker, David Camden District Regiment 1780 1782 From Richland District.  155 days as a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor, unit unknown.  12/25/1780 to 5/30/1781.  7/5/1781 to 8/15/1781.  1/10/1782 to 2/10/1782.  5/1/1782 to 6/1/1782.  8/1/1782 to 9/1/1782.
Turner, George SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 June 17, 1775, a 2nd Lieutenant.  May 16, 1776, a 1st Lieutenant.  A Captain 4/28/1777.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
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.  
Tutt, Gabriel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1780 First in a VA unit.  A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. James Moore.  1781, an Ensign. Siege of Savannah.
Tutt, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Michael Watson.
Tutt, Richard SC 5th Regiment 1776 1782 A Lieutenant in SC 5th Regiment.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Maj. Benjamin Tutt, his brother, in the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment.  One source asserts that he was also a Captain in the SC 5th Regiment.  Dates unknown.
Utsey, Isaac Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Linder 1781-1782.  
Valantine, William Colleton County Regiment 1775 1775, a Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew Cummins in the Volunteer Company of Foot. Later, a Lieutenant in SC 1st Regiment, dates unknown. aka William Valentine.
Vance, Moses SC 3rd Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Edward Richardson.
Vanclayton, Philip Frederick A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Vanderhorst, James SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 234 Days as a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.
Vanderhorst, John SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 Promoted to Captain, Major.  Later, a Major and Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade. One source asserts he was a Lieutenant in the SC 2nd Regiment instead of the SC 1st Regiment.
Vanzant, Garrett 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 First a Captain in NC unit.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Levi Johnson. Cowpens.
Vaughn, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Sergeant under Capt. Anderson Thomas.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Anderson Thomas, Capt. Amos Davis, Lt. Col. David Hopkins. Four Holes Bridge, Orangeburgh, Forks of the Editsto.
Vertu, John 90 days as a Lieutenant of Light Horse from 3/10/1781 to 1/1/1782.  97 days as a Lieutenant during 1782.  Unit(s) unknown.
Videau, Peter Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Ravenel.
Vince, William 1779 1781 A Lieutenant in Militia 1779-1781.  Nothing more known.
Vinsant, Garret 1st Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Levi Casey, Maj. John Moore, and Col. John Thomas, Jr.
Virdin, Eugene A Private and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston.
Virtue, John 1781 1782 187 Days as a Lieutenant of Horse during 1781-1782.  aka John Vertu.
Vlieland, Cornelius Van Hempstead SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1779 7/17/1779, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Bohun Baker. Transferred to Capt. Thomas Dunbar in August of 1779. Mortally wounded at Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Von Platter, Frederick SC 3rd Regiment 1778
Wade, George A Lieutenant in Militia.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Wade, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Capt. Richard Jones, Col. LeRoy Hammond.
Waldrope, James A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Lived in what is now Newberry County.
Walker, Alexander Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 After the Fall of Charleston, a Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. John McClure, Capt. John Steel, Capt. John Mills, Col. Edward Lacey.  Earlier, a Captain in SC 6th Regiment. Resident of Camden District. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek.
Walker, John Fairfield Regiment 1777 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Brown.
Walker, Philip Turkey Creek Regiment 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Steel.
Walker, Robert Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Nathaniel Marshall Martin, Lt. Col. William Polk during 1781.  Later, a Private under Capt. Alexander Campbell.
Walker, Robert Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Capt. Alexander Campbell.  Later, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Mills, Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Kings Mountain.
Walker, Robert SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Alexander, Col. Wade Hampton during 1781.
Wall, Wright Cheraws District Regiment 1775 A 2nd Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Militia under Capt. William Davis, Col. George Gabriel Powell.  Later, a Captain.
Wallace, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 A Private, a Sergeant, a Lieutenant, and a Captain.
Wallace, William Little River District Regiment 1781 1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew Miller.
Walter, John Allen SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Francis Marion.  Resigned 9/22/1775. Ft. Johnson
Walter, Paul Colleton County Regiment 1780 1781 A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain.
Wannamaker, Jacob Orangeburgh District Regiment From Orangeburgh District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Rumph.  Promoted to Captain.  Dates unknown.
Ward, John Peter SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. George Turner.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged Oct. 1780.  Served until the end of the war, unit unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Ward, William SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Elliott.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Wardell, "Unknown" A Lieutenant in Militia.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Wardlaw, Joseph Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Moore (his brother-in-law).
Ware, Henry Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston. 
Warham, Charles Charles Town District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant in the Battalion of Artillery.  Killed at the Siege of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Waring, Morton Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the St. George's Dorchester Parish Volunteer Company.
Warley, Felix SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 6/17/1775, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Purvis. Promoted to Captain 5/24/1776.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781.
Warley, Joseph SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1777 1777, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. John Purvis.  Promoted to Captain 6/10/1777.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged Oct. 1780.
Warley, Paul SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 8/24/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Motte.  Resigned 6/15/1777. He re-enlisted as a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. John Blake on 8/8/1777. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant on 7/18/1778 under Capt. William Charnock. He was a Lieutenant in 1779 under Capt. Richard Mason, then transferred to Capt. Daniel Mazyck on 5/18/1799.
Warley, Thomas Kingstree Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Mitchell, Lt. Col. Hugh Horry.  Dates unknown.
Warnock, Andrew A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.
Warren, Samuel SC 5th Regiment 1778 1779 June 1778, enlisted as a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 8/18/1779.  POW at Siege of Savannah.  Exchanged.  Appointed Colonel by Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene.
Wasson, Hugh Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. William Mills.
Watkins, William Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Northeast St. David's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. Robert Lide.
Watson, Samuel New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. William Henry, Col. Thomas Neel.  Also, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Moffett, Capt. William Givens, Capt. Richard Hampton. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Black Hole (NC), Frog Town, Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, St. James Goose Creek Church.
Watson, Samuel New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Lieutenant under Capt. Ezekiel Polk.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Copeland.  Later, killed at Cowpens, unit and rank unknown. Musgrove's Mill, Blackstocks, Kings Mountain, Cowpens.
Watson, Willis Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Michael Watson and Capt. William Butler (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Watts, Andrew A Private and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston.   At some time, served under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons), unit and dates unknown.
Watts, George Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Parrott.
Watts, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 A Private and a Lieutenant before and after the Fall of Charleston under Capt. Joseph Pickens, Capt. Thomas Weems, Capt. William Strain.
Watts, John Kershaw Regiment 1781 1781 Sergeant in 1779.  Lieutenant and Captain in 1781.  Served under Col. John Marshall.
Watts, Richard Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.
Way, Amos Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant 6/15/1781 to 3/1/1782 under Capt. Joseph Vince.
Weatherly, Isaac SC 1st Regiment 1776 May 1776, a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
Weddingman, William 2nd Spartan Regiment After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Welch, Edward SC 5th Regiment 1777 1778 1777, a 1st Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 1/20/1778.
Weldon, John Fairfield Regiment 1779 1779, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Joseph Brown.  Joined Capt. John McClure, Lt. Col. Patrick McGriff, Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  Then, under Capt. Hugh Knox. Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks.
Wells, Anderson A Lieutenant in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Wells, Andrew Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Henry Graybill, Maj. Charles Myddleton.  POW of Loyalists, taken to Ninety-Six then to a prison ship.  Carried to Ireland and England, and exchanged after the Fall of Yorktown.
West, Cato SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1779 Nov. 1775, a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment under Capt. Robert Ellison. Late 1778, a Lieutenant in the SC 5th Regiment. Resigned Oct. 1779 (one source says he resigned on 9/14/1778).
Weston, William SC 3rd Regiment 1780 1782 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Lyle 3/20/1780 to 5/25/1780.  Also, 131 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. William Goodwyn, Maj. Robert Lyle in the Camden District Regiment 1781-1782. Siege of Charleston 1780
Weyman, Edward Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 Battalion of Artillery.  A Lieutenant and a Captain.
Whaley, Archibald Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A 1st Lieutenant in the Edisto Island Company under Capt. Joseph Jenkins.
Wharton, Samuel Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston.
Whelchel, Davis 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Private, Ranger, Spy, Lieutenant, and Major.  Under Capt. William McMullen, Capt. Nathaniel Jeffries, Capt. Nimrod Terrell, Capt. John Thompson, Col. Thomas Neel, Lt. Col. William Farr, Lt. Col. James Steen, Col. Thomas Brandon. Kings Mountain.
Whitaker, John SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 From Kershaw District.  1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Ross, Col. Charles Myddleton.
White, Anthony SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Benjamin Screven, Col. Daniel Horry.
White, Henry SC 6th Regiment 1777 1778 1777, a Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Sumter, resigned 1/22/1778.  1779, a Captain in the 1st Spartan Regiment under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Later promoted to Major and Lt. Colonel in the 1st Spartan Regiment under Col. John Thomas, Jr.
White, John A Lieutenant in Militia before the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
White, Nathan Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant before the Fall of Charleston.  Later a Sergeant Major under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Whittington, Ephraim Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1783 From Cheraws District.  1781-1783, a Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton.
Whittington, Jarratt Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Clayburn Hinson, Maj. Lemuel Benton.  Wounded at Rouse's Ferry. Rouse's Ferry.
Whittington, Richard Upper Craven County Regiment 1779 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Tristram Thomas and Col. George Hicks.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Capt. Moses Pearson, Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment).  1782, a Captain. Coosawhatchie.
Wickham, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Gray.  Killed at Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779 Siege of Savannah.
Wickly, John SC 4th Regiment 1776 1779 Nov. 26, 1776, a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 6/20/1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Aka John Weekly.
Wildon, John Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Edward Martin and Col. Richard Winn 5/2/1780-5/22/1780, 2/11/1782-4/1/1782, 5/6/1782-6/1/1782.
Wilds, Jesse Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Lemuel Benton.
Wiley, John New Acquisition District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John Steel, dates unknown.
Wilkie, William Charles Town District Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant in the Volunteer Company of Forresters under Capt. John McQueen.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779.  1781, a Captain at Georgetown. Siege of Savannah.
Wilkins, Benjamin Charles Town District Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant in the Charles Town Battalion of Artillery.  Killed in the Battle of Port Royal Island 2/3/1779. Port Royal Island #1.
Williams, Daniel Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton.  
Williams, James 1779 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia 1779-1780.  Nothing more known.
Williams, Martin A Lieutenant in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Williams, Maurice Fairfield Regiment A Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Feemster, Capt. James Reid, Capt. Thomas Robins, Lt. Col. Joseph Brown.  Dates unknown. Florida Expedition 1778, Charleston Neck, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Williams, Steve A Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Williamson, John SC 1st Regiment 1777 1779 4/28/1777, a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain on 5/12/1779.  
Williamson, Shadrack Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Private and a Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton during 1782.
Williford, Nathan Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1782 An Ensign and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Smith, Lt. Col./Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment). Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Wilson, Alexander Colleton County Regiment 1779 1779 A Sergeant and a Lieutenant in 1779.
Wilson, James SC 4th Regiment 1776 1778 Nov. 1776, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain-Lieutenant 5/31/1778.  Promoted to Captain 1779. POW at the Fall of Charleston.
Wilson, John SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons A Lieutenant under Col. Charles Myddleton.  Unit and dates unknown.  aka John Willson.  From Williamsburg District.
Wilson, Robert New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Reed, Col. William Bratton.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. John McCool (2nd Spartan Regiment). Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks.
Wilson, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Capt. Philemon Waters, Col. John Thomas, Jr.
Wilson, William Spartan Regiment 1775 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Moses Gordon.
Wimpey, Henry SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1782 Dec. 1778, a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment until the Fall of Charleston.  1781-1782, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Robertson, Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment).
Windham, Amos Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 From Cheraws District.  A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. George King, a Captain, and a Major in the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  After the Fall of Charleston, in Marion's Brigade as a Captain 1781-1783.  aka Amos Wyndham.
Winn, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 Commander of Fairfield Regiment 1777-1778.  1779, a Lieutenant under Gen. Andrew Williamson.  1781, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn.
Winn, Minor Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
Winn, Philip Charles Town District Regiment A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Bocquet of the Grenadier Company.
Winn, Richard SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 From Fairfield District.  June 1775, a 1st Lieutenant.  Captain in 1776. After the Fall of Charleston, a Colonel in militia under BG Thomas Sumter. Ft. Moultrie.
Withers, "Unknown" SC 5th Regiment 1777 In service during Jan. 1777, when he was Court-Martialed for disobedience of orders. He resigned the next day.
Withers, William SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons First a Captain in SC 2nd Regiment. Later, a Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in Militia.
Withers, William R. SC 1st Regiment 1780 1780 Nov. 1775, an Ensign.  1780, a Lieutenant.
Witherspoon, David SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 2nd Lieutenant in 1782 under Capt. James Witherspoon, Lt. Col. Peter Horry.
Witherspoon, James Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade 1780-1782.
Witherspoon, James Jr. Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 70 Days as a Lieutenant under Col. Archibald McDonald 1780-1781.
Witherspoon, John Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 A Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company under Capt. Thomas Port.  Then a Captain.
Witherspoon, Joseph A Lieutenant.  Nothing more known.
Witherspoon, Robert 1776 A Lieutenant in Militia during 1776.  Nothing more known.
Witter, James 1781 1781 Lieutenant 5/20/1781.  Captain 11/22/1781. Units unknown.
Wofford, William Spartan Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. James Steen.
Wofford, William Jr. 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1779 1777, a Lieutenant.  Feb 1779, a Captain.
Wood, Henry Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Earle.  Later, a Captain under Col/BG Andrew Pickens when Samuel Earle promoted to Major.
Wood, Jethro A Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Tailey, dates unknown.  May be GA unit.
Wood, Thomas 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon 4/12/1780 to 11/25/1780.  Then, a Lieutenant under Capt. Frame Woods (New Acquisition District Regiment) in 1781.
Woodberry, John Kingstree Regiment 1781 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Archibald McDonald Oct. 1781.  An Express Rider for 6 days.
Woods, John SC 3rd Regiment 1776 A 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Robert Anderson.
Woodson, Benjamin 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Brandon before the Fall of Charleston.
Woodson, Robert 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. James Crawford, Col. Thomas Brandon before and after the Fall of Charleston.
Woodward, John SC 3rd Regiment 1775 From Fairfield District.  A 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Woodward.
Wright, Isaac Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant in the Johns Island Company under Capt. Thomas Ladson.
Wylie, James Turkey Creek Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. John McClure, then Capt. Samuel Walker, Capt. John Mills, Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Dates unknown.
Young, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Gowen 5/17/1782 to 6/8/1782, and 7/23/1782 to 8/23/1782.
Young, William Spartan Regiment 1776 1779 A Lieutenant under Capt. Lewis Bobo.  1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Young, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1777 1777 A Lieutenant of Horse and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Youngblood, David Colleton County Regiment 1781 1782 105 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Youngblood.
Youngblood, Isaac Colleton County Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Youngblood.  May have made it to Captain.
Youngblood, Joseph A Private and a Lieutenant in Militia after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown.
Zachary, William Orangeburgh District Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Gideon Jennings, Capt. Jacob Rumph, Lt. Col. Samuel Tate.
Zin, Jacob Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Private and a Lieutenant under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond after the Fall of Charleston.


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