The American Revolution in South Carolina

 The Majors
Major First Unit Served In As a Major From To Notes Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Adair, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 First a Major under Col. Edward Lacey, then Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  Major and  Aide-de-Camp of Sumter.  Possibly also a Major in SC 6th Regiment during 1776 under Col. Thomas Sumter. W2895. Kings Mountain, Eutaw Springs.
Ancrum, George Little River District Regiment 1778 1779 Under Col. James Williams.  Wounded at Stono Ferry.  One source asserts he died soon therafter as a result of these wounds. Stono Ferry.
Anderson, George Little River District Regiment 1778 1780 From Laurens County.  Lost leg at Kings Mountain.  Promoted from Captain. Kings Mountain
Anderson, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1779 Promoted to Lt. Colonel.  -
Armstrong, William SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 After the Fall of Charleston, a Major under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment), dates unknown.  One source asserts that he was a Lt. Colonel, as well. -
Ashby, Anthony Berkeley County Regiment 1781 1782 7/3/1781, 300 Days as a Brigade Major in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782.  Some sources assert that he was also a Lt. Colonel. Not the same man as Capt. Anthony Ashby who was killed by Loyalists in 1780. -
Ayers, Jacob - - - A Major over the Catawba Indians, under BG Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown. -
Baddeley, John Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 From Goose Creek. Captain in Light Infantry Company. Adjutant in 1776.  Promoted to Major.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, on prison ship Torbay.  Exchanged.  Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade.  aka John Boddeley. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Barclay, John Camden District Regiment 1778 1781 Major in Militia 1778-1780 under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  aka John Barkley. -
Barnwell, John Beaufort District Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted to Major during 1779, right after the battle of Port Royal Island #1.  Captured at Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged in June 1781.  Commissioned as Brigadier General on September 15, 1781. Coosawhatchie (under Lt. Col. John Laurens), Charleston Neck 1779 (with 20 Cavalrymen), Siege of Charleston 1780.
Baxter, Andrew Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1782 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  Wounded at Quinby's Bridge. Quinby's Bridge.
Baxter, John Georgetown District Regiment 1781 1781 Promoted from Captain, then to Lt. Colonel.  6/28/1781, a Major under Col. John Ervin. Wounded at Quinby's Bridge as a Major. Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Beeckman, Barnard SC 4th Regiment 1776 1778 Was a Captain. 11/18/1776, a Major. Then to Lt. Col., then Colonel.  POW after Fall of Charleston. -
Benison, Thomas SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 11/4/1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Killed at Battle of Wambaw Bridge on Feb. 25, 1782. Wambaw Bridge.
Benison, William SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Major under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Killed at Battle of Wambaw Bridge on Feb. 25, 1782. Wambaw Bridge.
Benninger, William SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Major under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Most likely the same man as William Benison directly above. -
Benson, John SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Major under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Killed at Battle of Wambaw Bridge on Feb. 25, 1782. Wambaw Bridge.
Bentham, James Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted from Captain of Grenadier Company. Siege of Charleston 1780
Benton, Lemuel Cheraws District Regiment 1777 1780 - -
Beraud, Matthew Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1779 Promoted from Captain.  Killed at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779 Siege of Savannah.
Bleanford, "Unknown" - - - A Major.  Nothing more known. -
Bond, Moses Fairfield Regiment - - Served under Lt. Col. David Hopkins, dates unknown. -
Bourquin, James Lewis Granville County Regiment 1775 1776 aka John Lewis Bourquin. -
Bowie, John Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 Reinlisted in 1776 into SC 5th Regiment as Captain.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. From 1/25/1781 to 4/30/1783, he was Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Andrew Pickens. During 1781, he was promoted to Major under Col. Richard Winn. Guilford Court House.
Boykin, Francis SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 Promoted to Major in 1781 under Col. Charles Myddleton. -
Bradley, John Continental Army 1778 - Brigade Major under BG William Moultrie. -
Brandon, Thomas Spartan Regiment 1776 1777 A Captain and a Major under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  In 1777, established the 2nd Spartan Regiment and elected its first and only Colonel. -
Bratton, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1779 Promoted to Lt. Colonel and Colonel. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Brown, John Fairfield Regiment 1778 1779 Promoted to Lt. Col. In 1779 under Col. John Winn. -
Brown, Joseph Camden District Regiment 1779 1779 Major at battle of Monck's Corner.   Monck's Corner #1.
Brown, William SC 6th Regiment - - A Major and a Lt. Colonel under Col. Thomas Sumter, dates unknown. -
Buckholts, Abraham Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 Major under Col. George Gabriel Powell.  Later also served in Marion's Brigade, rank unknown.  aka Abraham Buckholdts. -
Buford, William Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1781 From Williamsburg District.  Promoted from Capt., and to Lt. Col. Under Col. William Hill. -
Bullock, Zachariah Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Promoted from Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Also a Major under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  1782, a Captain under Col. John Marshall. -
Butler, "Unknown" SC 2nd Regiment 1780 1780 Nothing more known.  -
Butler, Pierce Charles Town District Regiment 1777 1781 Major in Militia 1777-1781.  During 1779, he was Adjutant General of SC with rank of Brigadier General. Butler vs. British Foragers.
Caldwell, John Upper Saluda Regiment 1775 1776 First under Col. Thomas Fletchall - a soon to be Loyalist. -
Cantey, Samuel Camden District Regiment 1776 1776 Promoted to Major in 1776, just before his death.  Under Col. Richard Richardson. -
Cattell, William SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1778 Transferred to SC 3rd Regiment during May 1776 as Major, promoted to Lt. Col.  POW at the Fall of Charleston -
Chripes, William Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons - - Under Lt. Col. William Polk, BG Thomas Sumter -
Collins, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier, a Captain. -
Conyers, Daniel SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 Lt. & Capt. Under BG Francis Marion. Promoted to Major in 1782 under Lt. Col. Peter Horry. When Horry's regiment was decimated in February of 1782, he transferred to Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham's regiment (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). When Maham was taken prisoner by Loyalists in his own home during August of 1782, Maj. Daniel Conyers took over the SC 3rd Regiment until the end of the war. -
Conyers, James SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 From Williamsbrugh District.  Promoted to Major under Col. Wade Hampton.  Killed in 1782 at Round O by foraging party. -
Cooper, John Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain and a Major under Col. William Harden.   Barton's Post, Pocotaligo/Fort Balfour, Parson's Plantation
Cooper, Samuel Georgetown District Regiment 1779 1782 A Major in Militia 1779-1782. Also served under Col. John Ervin in the Lower Craven County Regiment during 1781. Late 1781/early 1782, a Major under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons).   Godfrey's Savannah, Parker's Ferry #2, Videau's Bridge
Crawford, Robert Camden District Regiment 1780 1782 In 1780 promoted from Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw, POW at Fall of Charleston.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Major under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment) at Hanging Rock, then under  Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons) and Lt. Colonel Frederick Kimball (Kershaw Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780, Hanging Rock
Creech, "Unknown" Upper Granville County Regiment - - A Major under Col. William Harden.  Dates unknown. -
Crook, Jesse - - - Nothing more known.  Lived in what is now Spartanburg County. -
Culbertson, Josiah 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Major at Battle of Musgrove's Mill.   Under Col. John Thomas, Jr. Musgrove's Mill, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Cuthbert, Isaac Upper Granville County Regiment 1782 1782 Promoted from Captain under Col. William Harden. -
Darrel, Joseph Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain of Artillerey. Prior to the Fall of Charleston, promoted to Major of the Cannoneers. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Davie, William Richardson Camden District Regiment 1780 1782 Lt. in NC, moved to SC promoted to Captain, promoted to Brigade Major of Cavalry in 1780 under BG Thomas Sumter. Late Summer/early Fall of 1780, returned to NC and became a full Colonel. Hanging Rock.
Davis, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted to Lt. Col. -
Debraham, J. Ferdinands American Corps of Engineers 1778 1780 Major of Engineers.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Dellient, Andrew SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1780 1777, Brigade Major under BG William Moultrie.  POW at the Fall of Charleston Fort Moultrie, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Dickson, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 - A Captain in Militia under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.  July 1780, a Major in New Acquisition District Regiment. Ramseur's Mill, Lawson's Fork
Dickson, Michael Little River District Regiment 1776 - Promoted to Major and Lt. Colonel -
Dillard, James Little River District Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted to Corporal 4/20/1777.  Reinlisted several times.  Made Captain 1780 under Col. James Williams.  Promoted to Major in 1781.  Later under BG Andrew Pickens as Colonel of Little River District Regiment. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Dogharty, "Unknown" Berkeley County Regiment 1779 - Promoted to Major 6/12/1779. -
Downs, Jonathan Little River District Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. Jan 1776, commissioned as a Major under Lt. Col. James Williams. Wounded in the Ring Fight. Prisoner at Battle of Hayes Station in 1781. From what became the Laurens District. Seneca Town, Tugaloo River, The Ring Fight, Hayes' Station.
Drayton, Stephen Continental Army 1777 1778 11/29/1777, appointed Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Robert Howe. Also Col. Deputy QM of Southern Department. -
Duggin, James Little River District Regiment - - A Major under Col. Joseph Hayes at Cowpens. Cowpens
Duggin, Thomas Little River District Regiment 1781 - From Newberry District.  A Captain and a Major under Col. James Williams.   Eutaw Springs
Dunlap, William Little River District Regiment 1780 - From Laurens District.  A Major under Col. Joseph Hayes. -
Dupont, Charles Lower Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 Private, Captain, and Major of Militia. -
Duvall, Lewis Little River District Regiment - - A Captain and a Major. -
Earle, Samuel SC 3rd Brigade of SC Troops 1781 1781 Under Capt. John Bowie, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, then 1st Lt. in October 1779, in 1780 a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens, November 1781 a brigade Major -
Eaton, Thomas - 1781 - Major in Militia during 1781.  Probably a NC unit.  Nothing more known. -
Eggleston, Joseph Lee's Legion - - Major of the 1st Mounted Troop under Lt. Col. Henry Lee. -
Elliott, Barnard SC 4th Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Major 11/14/1775, Promoted to Lt. Col. 9/16/1776 -
Ellison, "Unknown" Fairfield Regiment - - Known to be a Major during 1778.  A Lt. Colonel by 1781. -
Ervin, John Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1780 Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Colonel in the Britton's Neck Regiment. -
Farr, William Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1780 1778, an Adjutant, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Andrew Pickens (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment), Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), and BG Thomas Sumter Stono Ferry.
Farrar, Thomas 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 From Union District.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 1782 -
Farrar, Thomas Jr. SC 3rd Brigade of SC Troops 1781 1783 Earlier a Lieutenant in SC 5th Regiment.  1781 made a Brigade Major under BG Andrew Pickens -
Faucheraud, John Continental Army 1777 - Brig. Gen. Robert Howe's Aide-de-Camp -
Ford, George Colleton County Regiment 1776 1781 Captain of Upper Salt Catchers Company.  Promoted to Major in 1776.  Later a Major in Marion's Brigade. -
Ford, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 At some time promoted to Captain. A Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) 1781-1782. -
Fullwood, William Little River District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain and a Major in Militia.  -
Galvan, William SC 1st Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. Promoted to Major in 1780.  Inspector of Continental Army 1780-1782.  Aide-de-Camp to Gen. George Washington Nov. 1783. -
Gamble, John Berkeley County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 3/11/1781, a Major under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. in Marion's Brigade.  Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Gamble, William B. Berkeley County Regiment - - A Major under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. in Marion's Brigade.   Dates unknown. -
Garden, Alexander Charles Town District Regiment 1775 - From Goose Creek.  A Major during 1775.  Later, a Cornet, Ensign, Lieutenant. -
Gilbank, John Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant and Captain in the SC Continental Line. Transferred to Militia and made Major. Killed at Siege of Charleston.  Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gillam, Robert Sr. Little River District Regiment 1775 1778 From Newberry District. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Golsan, Lewis Orangeburgh District Regiment 1775 1776 Under Col. William Thomson and Col. Christopher Rowe.  May have remained longer. -
Golsan, Lewis, Jr. SC 3rd Regiment - - Dates unknown. -
Gordon, Thomas Spartan Regiment 1775 - A Major under Lt. Col. James Lisle during 1778 (1st Spartan Regiment). Snow Campaign
Gowen, John "Buck" Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain in Spartan Regiment. Gowen's Fort
Greene, John Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1781 - A Captain and a Major in SC 2nd Regiment, dates unknown.  A Captain and a Major in Marion's Brigade (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons).  -
Grimball, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Commander of Charles Town Battalion of Artillery.  Then a Capt.-Lt. in SC 4th Regiment.  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. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Grimball, Thomas Jr. Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1781 Charles Town Battalion of Artillery. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Grimke, John Faucheraud Continental Army 1777 1779 11/29/1777, a Major and Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Robert Howe 1777-1778. Promoted to Lt. Col. In SC 4th Regiment on 6/20/1779. POW at Fall of Charleston. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry.
Hamilton, Andrew Sr. Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 Under Col./BG Andrew Pickens Kettle Creek, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Carey's Fort, Eutaw Springs.
Hammond, Samuel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1780 First in VA unit. 1779 moved to Edgefield District joined militia. Commissioned Captain 3/3/1779. Promoted to Major in 1780 and Lt. Colonel in 1781. Ended up as a full Colonel - date unknown. Musgrove's Mill, Charlotte, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Rutledge's Ford, Hammond's Store.
Hampton, John - 1781 1782 1780-1782, a Captain and Major in Marion's Brigade, regiment unknown. -
Hanna, William New Acquistion District Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier a Captain under Col. William Henderson.  Major under Col. William Bratton. -
Harden, Charles Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Captain under Col. William Harden. Godfrey's Savannah, Parker's Ferry #2.
Harleston, Isaac Child SC 6th Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted to Major 12/30/1778 of SC 6th Regiment, transferred back to SC 2nd Regiment in Feb 1780.  POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged Feb. 1781, served till end of War. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Harris, William Little River District Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted to Major near end of the war under Col. Joseph Hayes and Col/BG Andrew Pickens. -
Hart, Derrill Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1781 Promoted from Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Hampton 1780-1781 -
Hartgrove, "Unknown" Little River District Regiment 1781 - A Major during 1781. -
Hartshorn, "Unknown" New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 - - -
Haskell, Elnathan Continental Army - - Regiment and dates unknown. -
Hawthorn, James SC 6th Regiment 1779 1779 1777 joined SC 6th Regiment as Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 2/22/1778.  Later a Major, Adjutant, and Lt. Colonel in New Acquisition District Regiment. -
Henderson, William SC 6th Regiment 1775 1776 2/29/1776, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Sumter. Promoted to Lt. Colonel 9/16/1776. Feb. 11, 1780 transferred to SC 3rd Regiment. POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged Nov 1780. Transferred to SC 1st Brigade of SC Troops 1/1/1781 under BG Thomas Sumter. Promoted to Colonel 9/30/1781. Promoted to Brigadier General 1782. Fort Moultrie, Florida Expedition 1776.
Horry, Hugh Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Lt. Colonel.  At the Fall of Charleston.  Later in Marion's Brigade (Kingstree Regiment). -
Horry, Peter SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 Promoted to Major 9/16/1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel in Jan 1780 and Commander of SC 5th Regiment. Regiment disbanded on February 1780, he was sent home. After Fall of Charleston, went to NC with Marion in July 1780. In Col. Archibald McDonald's Kingstree Regiment 1780-1781. Feb. 1781, he was authorized his own troops - Horry's Light Dragoons (militia). Oct. 1781, Marion authorized to raise 2 regiments of SC State Troops, Horry commanded the SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons. -
Huger, Benjamin SC 5th Regiment 1776 1779 9/16/1776 promoted to Major in SC 5th Regiment.  Killed by friendly fire 5/11/1779. Charleston Neck
Huger, John Charles Town District Regiment 1778 1779 A Major in the 1st Batallion.  Then, a Lt. Colonel in 2nd Batallion. -
Hutson, Thomas Upper Granville County Regiment 1782 1782 In Militia. Promoted from Captain.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah.  May have later been promoted to Lt. Colonel. -
Hyrne, Edmund Massinbird SC 1st Regiment 1779 1782 Promoted to Major 5/12/1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged.  1781 Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene.  1782, a Major under Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Florida Expedition 1778, Siege of Savannah, Gibbes' Plantation (Wounded), Siege of Charleston 1780 w/34 men, Eutaw Springs.
Jackson, John Cheraws District Regiment - - A Major and a Lt. Colonel under Col. Abel Kolb, dates unknown. -
Jackson, William SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 Was a 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, on parole until the end of the war. Siege of Charleston 1780.
James, John Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 From Williamsburg District.  Captain, Major, and Lt. Col. in Col. Archibald McDonald's Regiment 1780-1783. Kingstree #2, Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Tearcoat Swamp, Singleton's Mills, Halfway Swamp #1, Wiboo Swamp, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Jameson, John SC Light Dragoons 1779 - A Major under Col. Daniel Horry. -
Johnson, Joseph Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain Apr.-Aug. 1781 under Col. William Harden.  Then, a Major.  Later, reenlisted as Private. Raid on John's Island
Jolly, Benjamin 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Major under Lt. Col. William Farr in 1781. Cowpens, Sandy Run Creek (Either Benjamin or Joseph), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Jolly, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment - - A Major under Col. Thomas Brandon in 1781. Sandy Run Creek (Either Benjamin or Joseph)
Keer, Joseph - - - A Major.  Nothing more known. -
Kershaw, William Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 - From Charleston.  Brigade Major in State Troops beginning in 1776.  1779, a Major under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment). -
Kilgore, Benjamin Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lt. Colonel 9/22/1781 -
Kimball, Frederick Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. James Postell. Wiboo Swamp, Witherspoon's Ferry, Fort Motte.
Kimbrough, John Cheraws District Regiment 1776 1780 - -
King, George Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 - A Captain under Col. George Gabriel Powell.  1780, a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles in the Lower Craven County Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Major under Col. Hugh Giles (Lower Craven County Regiment). Black Mingo
Kirkpatrick, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1779 Promoted to Major before his death.  Wounded at battle of Briar Creek (GA) 1779. Briar Creek (GA).
Ladson, James Continental Army 1777 1779 1777, Brigade Major under Gen. Robert Howe.  Joined SC 1st Regiment as Major 5/1/1779, resigned 11/8/1779.  Then served as Lt. Colonel in Militia 1779-1781. -
Ladson, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1779 1782 Captain 1775-1779.  Major 1779-1782. -
La Roche, James Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 aka James Laroch.  Under Col. Joseph Glover.  May have remained longer. -
Leitner, Michael Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. James Williams and Lt. Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).  At some time, a Major. -
Lide, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1777 1778 From Cheraws District.  Captain of Northeast St. David's Parish Volunteers, also a Captain and Major in the Upper Craven County Regiment of Marion's Brigade.  Then, a Lt. Colonel. -
Lisle, John Jr. Fairfield Regiment 1778 1781 Captain and Major under Lt. Col. James Lisle, BG Andrew Williamson.  Also Major under BG Thomas Sumter (Turkey Creek Regiment). Hanging Rock, Blackstocks
Lloyd, Robert Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1780 In 1779, promoted to Major then to Lt. Colonel.  WRONG - Robert Lide. -
Lyle, Robert Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  A Major in 1781 under Col. Thomas Taylor.  aka Robert Lyell. St. James Goose Creek Church
Maham, Hezekiah SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 From St. Stephens Parish.  Refused commission in SC 6th Regiment in 1776, since he already had a company of militia. A Captain in SC 1st Regiment later in 1776. A Major in the SC 1st Regiment, resigned 11/8/1779.  Major 1779-1780 under Col. Daniel Horry in SC Light Dragoons. 3/24/1781, a Major in Marion's Brigade authorized his own unit - Maham's Light Dragoons. In October 1781, Marion authorized to established two new regiments of SC State Troops. Maham promoted to Lt. Colonel or Colonel in October 1781 as commander of SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons.  Captured by Loyalists in August 1782, paroled, but effectively out for the rest of the war. Siege of Savannah, Stono, Ferguson's Plantation, Fort Watson #2, Wadboo Bridge #2, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Maham, James SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 Feb 1779, SC Light Dragoons (State Troops) under Col. Daniel Horry for 16 Months. -
Maham, Thomas Berkeley County Regiment 1776 - A Major under Lt. Col. Hugh Horry. -
Marion, Benjamin Berkeley County Regiment 1777 1777 A Captain and a Major in the Berkeley County Regiment 1775-1777. -
Marion, Francis SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1778 June 17, 1775, a Captain. Promoted to Major on 11/14/1775. Promoted to Lt. Colonel under Col. Isaac Motte on 9/16/1776. Promoted to Lt. Colonel/Commandant on 9/23/1778. Promoted to Brigadier General 12/30/1780 over the SC 2nd Brigade of Militia/SC Troops. Fort Moultrie
Marshall, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1779 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain, a Major, and a Lt. Colonel under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  He and Lt. Col. James Postell created the Kershaw Regiment in 1780 right after the Fall of Charleston. -
Mayson, James SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 First a Lt. Colonel in Ninety-Six District Regiment in early 1775.  Commissioned Major in SC 3rd Regiment on June 18, 1775.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel on May 18, 1776. Fort Charlotte, Ninety-Six (Kirkwood), Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake
McCall, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1780 Major under Col. Andrew Pickens and Lt. Col. Robert Anderson.  Later, a Lt. Colonel under BG Thomas Sumter.  Wounded at Long Canes. McKay's Trading Post (GA), Rugeley's Mill #2, Long Canes,  Fish Dam Ford, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks.
McCaw, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 At some time a Brigade Major under Col. William Bratton. -
McClaren, Daniel Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1782 1783 Before the war ended, a Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck. -
McClure, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 Promoted to Major for about a month under Col. Edward Lacey. Wounded at Hanging Rock, died 8/18/1780 as result. Hanging Rock.
McDonald, Adam SC 1st Regiment 1776 1777 Promoted from Captain to Major 9/16/1776.  He resigned his commission on 4/22/1777. He was killed in 1777 (one source says December of 1778). -
McDonald, Archibald Lower Craven County Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain and a Major under Col. Hugh Giles.  Before the Fall of Charleston, established his own regiment and elected Colonel. -
McGriff, Patrick Fairfield Regiment 1779 1781 A Major during 1779.  1780, a Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).   -
McIntosh, Alexander Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 Captain and Major under Col. Lemuel Benton - in Marion's Brigade. -
McIntosh, Alexander SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1775 From Cheraws District.  Major in SC 2nd Regiment June 1775.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel July 1775.  Transferred as Lt. Colonel to SC 5th Regiment 3/25/1776.  March 1778, commissioned as Brig. Gen. for 4th Brigade of SC Militia.  -
McJunkin, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 First under Capt. Thomas Brandon and Col. John Thomas.  Promoted to Captain 5/1/1777 in 1st Spartan Regiment under Col. John Thomas.  After the Fall of Charleston, Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon and Col. James Williams.   Promoted to Major Nov. 1780 under Col. Thomas Brandon. POW at Camden Jail.  Contracted Smallpox.  Paroled. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Fletcher's Mill, Sandy River, Fair Forrest Creek #2
Mee, George SC 1st Brigade of SC Troops 1781 1781 Adjutant, Captain, and Brigade Major under BG Thomas Sumter. -
Meek, Adam SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton.  A Captain and a Major under Lt. Col./Col. Wade Hampton. -
Middleton, Hugh SC 3rd Regiment 1780 1780 Promoted to Captain Nov. 1775.  Major 1780.  Also a Major in Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment during 1780 and 1781.  Lt. Colonel in Militia 1781. -
Mikell, John Jr. Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Private, Lieutenant and Major 1780-1782. -
Miles, Charles Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781 At some time, he was a Captain and a Major under Col. Richard Winn. -
Miller, Stephen Berkeley County Regiment 1775 - Began as Major in Berkeley County Regiment. Probably also a Lt. Colonel in same regiment. -
Millwee, William Little River District Regiment - - A Major under Lt. Col. Levi Casey, Col. Joseph Hayes, dates unknown. -
Mitchell, Ephraim SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant in the SC 1st Regiment. May 1776, a Captain in SC 4th Regiment. Major 6/20/1779. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Captain and Major in Continental Regiment of Artillery during 1782-1783. Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Moore, Francis SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 - A Captain and a Major under Col. Charles Myddleton. -
Moore, James New Acquistion District Regiment 1781 1781 Served 23 days as Major under Col. William Bratton in 1781. -
Moore, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1781 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 Col. Wade Hampton, BG Andrew Pickens. Kings Mountain, Briar Creek (GA), Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Eutaw Springs, Cowpens, Moore's Surprise.
Moore, John New Acquistion District Regiment 1780 1781 A Major under Col. William Hill. Under Col. James Williams at the battle of Kings Mountain. 1781, Brigade Major for Brig. Gen. Andrew Pickens. Kings Mountain
Morris, Benjamin New Acquisition District Regiment - - A Major under Lt. Col. Edward Lacey, dates unknown. -
Motte, Charles SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Captain. September of 1779 - a Major. Killed at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah (GA).
Motte, Isaac SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1775 Major, Lt. Colonel, Colonel, Brevet Brigadier General. -
Moultrie, Alexander Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 Charles Town Musketeers. 1779-1782 as Major and Colonel. -
Muller, Albert Aerny SC 2nd Brigade of SC Troops 1781 1782 8/22/1781, a Brigade Major under BG Francis Marion. -
Muller, Stephen Orangeburgh District Regiment - - Major in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.  Apparently a Major in Kershaw Regiment late in the war. -
Murphy, Maurice Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 From Darlington District. 1780-1781, a Major in Marion's Brigade (one sources says he was promoted from Captain to Major on 4/1/1781).  Also a Major in Cheraws District Regiment.  1781-1782, a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade.  Aka Morris Murphey. Bass's Mill (Wounded), Fort Motte
Myddleton, Charles Starke Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1780 Captain, Major, Lt. Colonel in Orangeburgh District Regiment.  Colonel of SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons, under BG Thomas Sumter.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. -
Neel, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment - 1780 Elected Colonel in June 1780.  Killed at Battle of Rocky Creek.  Aka Andrew Neal. -
Nettles, John - - - Major in the Catawba Indian unit.  Wounded.  Nothing more known. -
Noble, Alexander Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment - - Captain and Major under Col. Andrew Pickens - Pickens was his brother-in-law.  Also, a Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck, dates unknown. -
Oldfield, James Upper Craven County Regiment - - A Major under Col. Jacob Baxter, dates unknown.  In Marion's Brigade.  1782, a Major under Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment). -
Oliver, Peter Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1781 After the Fall of Charleston he was a Major under Lt. Col. Jacob Rumph. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Otterson, Samuel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 Was a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon. -
Palmer, Joseph Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1781 Major under Col. Edward Lacey. -
Pardue, Field Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Major under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond, mortally wounded. -
Parker, Joseph Charles Town District Regiment - 1780 POW at Fall of Charleston, sent to St. Augustine, exchanged June 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Pearman, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1779 1780 - -
Pearson, John Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  A Captain, a Major, and a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade.  May have also served as a Major under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment). -
Pearson, Philip Fairfield Regiment 1776 - A Major under Col. Joseph Kershaw. -
Pickens, Andrew Lower District Regiment 1776 1776 aka Dutch Fork Regiment.  Promoted to Major 1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 1776.  Promoted to Colonel 1778.  Promoted to Brigadier General 1781. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Piercey, John - - - A Lieutenant and a Major in the Militia.  Nothing more known -
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Major in Dec 1775.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 9/16/1776.  Promoted to Colonel and Commandant of SC 1st Regiment 10/29/1776.   Left to join Gen. Washington.  Returned in early 1778. POW at fall of Charleston.  Exchanged Feb. 1782. Fort Johnson, Fort Moultrie.
Pinckney, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1778 1783 Promoted to Major 5/1/1778. 1779, Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln. 8/3/1780, Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates. Wounded/POW at Battle of Camden.  Exchanged Dec. 1780. Served to the end of the war as a Major in the Fairfield Regiment. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780, Camden.
Poe, "Unknown" - - - A Major in Marion's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown. -
Postell, James Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Major under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Brigade Major under Gen. Lachlan McIntosh. Lt. Col. In Militia under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1780.    He and John Marshall created the Kershaw Regiment in June 1780.  -
Postell, John Kingstree Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain and a Major in Marion's Brigade. -
Purdue, Field Lower District Regiment 1778 1781 A Major under Col. Jonas Beard, then under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons). -
Purvis, John SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1779 Was a Captain. June 1, 1777, a Major. Moved to the Cheraws District.  Lt. Colonel 1779-1781 under Col. George Hicks. Florida Expedition 1777.
Richardson, Richard Jr. SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 First under Col. Richard Richardson (his father). 1776, Captain in SC 6th Regiment. Promoted to Major in 1779. Transferred to the SC 2nd Regiment in Feb. 1780. POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled after contracting Smallpox at POW camp at Haddrell's Point. Exchanged, and joined Marion's Brigade in October of 1780, elected to Colonel of the Berkeley County Regiment. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Robinson, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 Under Col. Thomas Neel in early 1775.  May have remained longer. -
Roberts, Owen SC 1st Regiment 1775 1775 1775, Major in SC 1st Regiment. Promoted to Lt. Colonel and Commandant of SC 4th Regiment in Nov. 1775.  Promoted to Colonel 9/16/1776.  Killed at battle of Stono Ferry 6/20/1779. -
Ross, John SC 6th Regiment 1779 - A Major during 1779.  One source asserts he was also a Major in the 2nd Spartan Regiment during 1779. Briar Creek, Rocky Comfort Creek (Mortally Wounded)
Ross, Francis New Acquisition District Regiment - - Under Col. Thomas Neel.  Promoted to Major, date unknown. (fairy early)  Apparently, also served for a time as a Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment) and under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment). -
Ross, Frederick Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment - 1779 A Major in Militia, dates unknown.  Wounded during March 1779 in action against the Indians in Georgia, died two days later. Briar Creek (GA).
Rudolph, Michael Georgetown District Regiment - - Promoted to Major.  Commander of Georgetown in April 1781. -
Rutherford, James SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 Served under Col. Wade Hampton in Sumter's Brigade. Died prior to April 1782. -
Sabb, Morgan Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Private, a Sergeant, and a Major in Militia.   -
Sabb, Thomas Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1781 A Major from 5/19/1781 to 9/12/1781.  A Lt. Col. From 10/1/1781 to 7/31/1782. -
Savage, William Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 Major in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer. -
Scott, William SC 1st Regiment 1777 1778 Major 5/1/1777. 1778, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781.  Served til the end of the war. -
Sexton, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain under Col. James Williams, Col. Joseph Hayes, Lt. Col. William Washington. One source asserts he was a Major. -
Sheppard, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment - 1779 A Major killed at the Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Simons, Keating Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1781 A Brigade Major in Marion's Brigade during 1781. Also a Lt. Colonel. -
Smith, Benjamin Berkeley County Regiment 1780 - From Goose Creek.  Was a Captain and a Lieutenant.  1780, a Major. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Smith, Garret Little River District Regiment - - Captain and Major under Lt. Col./Col. Joseph Hayes.  At Cowpens. -
Smith, Jeorard Little River District Regiment 1780 1782 Captain and Major before and after the Fall of Charleston.  1781-1782, Major under Lt. Col. Levi Casey. -
Smith, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 1775, 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.  1781, commanded his own independent company of State Troops. Cowen's Ford, Guilford Court House, Fort Granby #1, Orangeburgh #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Snipes, William Clay Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Captain of the Horse Shoe Company.  1776-1780, a Captain in SC 2nd Regiment, then a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Kingstree Regiment) in Marion's Brigade 1780-1781.  Major under Lt. Col. William Polk during 1781.  Raised his own regiment of SC State Troops, claiming OK by Sumter, but was not, and Marion didn't acknowledge it.  Took men from Col. Abel Kolb.  Pretty much "de facto" for quite a while. -
Speers, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment - - A Major during 1776.  Nothing more known. -
Standard, William Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1782 From Cheraws District.  An Ensign and Captain in St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  Also served as a Lieutenant, Captain, and Major in Cheraws District Regiment under Col. Abel Kolb during 1779, then under Col. Lemuel Benton until 1782. -
Swinton, Alexander Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1780 Major in Britton's Neck Regiment under Col. John Ervin.  In Marion's Brigade.  Lt. Colonel 1780-1781. Siege of Charleston 1780, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Fort Watson #2
Tate, Samuel Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1781 Was a Captain.  A Major and a Lt. Colonel under Col. William Hill.  Then, a Lt. Colonel in Orangeburgh District Regiment. Kings Mountain, Guilford Court House (NC).
Tateman, Daniel Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain and a Major under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons) 5/1/1781 to 8/1/1782.   -
Taylor, Samuel SC 6th Regiment 1779 1781 1778, a Captain.  1779, a Major in the SC 6th Regiment.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Major under Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment) and Col. Andrew Pickens (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment). McKay's Trading Post (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Cowpens.
Terrell, William - - - Major in Light Dragoons under BG Thomas Sumter.  Nothing more known. -
Terry, Jeremiah Lower District Regiment 1775 1775 Major in Militia during 1775 under Col. Robert Starke. -
Thomas, John Jr. Spartan Regiment 1777 1779 Captain, Major, Lt. Colonel, and Colonel.  Commander of 1st Spartan Regiment Feb 1779 after his father was captured.  1781, in Sumter's Brigade. -
Thomas, Tristram Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 From Marlboro District.  A Major under Col. George Hicks.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  4/28/1781, a Major under Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment) in Marion's Brigade. Then a Major under Col. James Postell in the Kershaw Regiment. May have made it to Lt. Colonel. Siege of Charleston 1780, Marr's Bluff, Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown 1/81, Wiboo Swamp, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Thomson, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1781 - 6/22/1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball and Col. James Postell. Aka Thomas Thompson. Eutaw Springs.
Thomson, William Russell Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Brigade Major under Col. William Henderson.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 7/12/1781 under Col. Richard Hampton. -
Thornley, Robert Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1781 From Goose Creek.  A Captain and a Major in the Militia during 1781.  1780, a Major under Col. Hugh Giles (Lower Craven County Regiment). -
Threewits, John Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 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. -
Threewits, Lewis Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 From Richland District.  A Major under Col. Thomas Taylor. -
Toomer, Anthony Charles Town District Regiment 1781 1781 Battalion of Artillery.  A Captain and a Major. -
Tulls, "Unknown" Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 - A Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck during 1781. -
Tutt, Benjamin Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 A Major in Militia.  Earlier a Captain. -
Vance, William Charles Town District Regiment 1775 - From Goose Creek. -
Vanderhorst, John SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 10/9/1779, a Major in SC 2nd Regiment at Fall of Charleston.  Aug. 1780, a Major and Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade (Berkeley County Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780, Halfway Swamp #1
Vernier, Paul SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Major under Col. Daniel Horry. Moncks Corner #1 (Killed)
Wallace, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 A Major under Lt. Col./Col. William Bratton. Briar Creek (GA), Williamson's Plantation, Hanging Rock, Camden, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs.
Wallace, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment - - Captain and Major under Col. Robert Anderson.  May have made it to Lt. Colonel.  Dates unknown. -
Warden, John Georgetown District Regiment - - Dates unknown.  Probably very late in the war.  A Captain and a Major. -
Welsh, Patrick Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Light Dragoons under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  April to September 1781. -
Whelchel, Davis 2nd Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 Private, Ranger, Spy, Lieutenant, and Major.  Under Cols. Neel, Farr, Steen, Brandon. -
White, Henry 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 1780, a Captain in the 1st Spartan Regiment under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Later promoted to Major and Lt. Colonel in 1st Spartan Regiment under Col. John Thomas, Jr. -
Wigg, William Hazzard Continental Army 1779 1780 Promoted to Major under Lt. Col. John Laurens.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Aboard prison ship Pack Horse, which he helped to wrest away from his captors. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Williams, Daniel Little River District Regiment - - A Major under Col. Joseph Hayes.  Killed at Hayes' Station. Hayes' Station.
Williams, James Little River District Regiment 1776 1776 Promoted to Major in mid-1776, Promoted to Lt. Colonel in 1776.  Promoted to Colonel in Sept. 1779. Killed at battle of Kings Mountain 10/7/1780.  Promoted to Brigadier General just before he was killed. -
Williams, John Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Major in the Militia under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond and Col. David Glynn (Lower District Regiment).  POW at Ninety-Six. -
Williamson, Andrew Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 Major under Col. John Savage.  Promoted to Colonel in 1776.  Promoted to Brigadier General in 1778 and given command of the 3rd Brigade of SC Militia.  Surrendered his entire brigade after the Fall of Charleston.  Began cooperating with the British.  Allegedly, a double-spy for the Patriots. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Windham, Amos Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1780 From Cheraws District.  St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  Lieutenant, Captain, and Major.  After the Fall of Charleston, in Marion's Brigade as a Captain 1781-1783.  aka Amos Wyndham. -
Wise, Samuel SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1779 From Marlboro District. Was a Captain. Promoted to Major 5/18/1776. Stationed on Sullivan's Island with 210 men during battle of Fort Moultrie. Killed at Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. Fort Moultrie, Siege of Savannah w/6 men.
Wise, Samuel Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1781 A Major in Militia 1780-1781.  Not to be confused with one above. -
Wylds, John - - - A Major in Militia. Nothing more known -
Young, Thomas 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Major under Col. Thomas Brandon. Stallion's Plantation, Kings Mountain, Hammond's Store, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Orangeburgh #1.


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