The American Revolution in South Carolina

The New Acquisition District Regiment of Militia

Month & Year Established:

Commanders:

Known Adjutants:

February 1775

Col. Thomas Neel

Col. Samuel Watson

Col. Andrew Neel

Col. William Bratton

Col. Philemon Waters

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John Blackeny

James Buchanan

Jonathan Fitchet

Henry Leech

William Manaham

James Moore

Thomas Word

James Young

Known Lt. Colonels:

William Bratton

? Carson

Robert Goodwin 

William Goodwin

James Hawthorn

John Henderson

William Henderson

Joseph Hill

William Hill

Edward Lacey

John Lindsay

Andrew Love

John Moffett

Andrew Neel

Ezekiel Polk

Samuel Watson

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Known Majors:

William Bratton

Joseph Dickson 

William Hanna

? Hartshorn

James Hawthorn

Thomas Kirkpatrick

John McCaw

James Moore

Benjamin Morris

Andrew Neel

Joseph Robinson

Francis Ross

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John Wallace

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Known Quarter Masters:

John Blackeny

James Courtney

Robert Doudle

John Fergus

Isaac Feris

John Kidd

David Leech

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Henry Leech


Known Captains:

Alexander Adams

James Adams 

Samuel Adams

Andrew Alexander

John Allison

Daniel Anderson

Jeremiah Anderson

John Anderson

John Barber

Jacob Barnett

William Barrey

John Barron

Thomas Barron

Thomas Black

John Brandon

Hugh Bratton

William Bratton

Peter Brooks

Thomas Brown

John Burton

Sherod Buzby

William Byers, Sr.

William Carr

Andrew Carson

Walter Carson

John Chalmers

James Clinton

Peter Clinton

John Collins

William Copeland

John Cox

John Cunningham

James Davis

William Davis

William Dawkins

John Diamond

John Drummond

James Duff

Thomas Fitzpatrick

Jacob Folmer

John Ford

John Foster

Benjamin Garrison

William Gaston

William Givens

Duke Glenn

Bartholomew Gortman

Frederick Gray

Benjamin Haile

John Hanna

Robert Hanna

William Hanna

Joseph Hardin

Benjamin Harrison

John Hawthorn

John Henderson

John Henry

William Henry

John Hillhouse

William Hillhouse

Obediah Holloway

William Houseal

James Houston

Joseph Howe

John Irwin

James Jamieson

Thomas Jenkins

William Jenkins

John Jeter

William Johnston

Edward Kelly

James Kelly

Matthew Kendall

John Kincaid

John Kirkpatrick

Thomas Kirkpatrick

Edward Lacey

? Lattimore

Andrew Leister

Andrew Lewis

Charles Lewis

John Lindsay

Andrew Lister

Alexander Love

Andrew Love

James Martin

John McAfee

Robert McAfee

Daniel McClaren

Finney McClenahan

John McCloud

John McClure

John McConnell

Robert McCuffee

George McCulloch

William McCulloch

William McMullen

Duncan McRae

Hugh Means

James Meek

John Miller

John Mills

John Moffett

John Moon

William Morris

John Mullen

Andrew Neel

Thomas Neel, Jr.

Alexander Pagan

Jacob Palmer

Joseph Palmer

John Peters

Charles Picket

Ezekiel Polk

Benjamin Rainey

David Reed

James Reed

William Robinson

Francis Ross

Joseph Ross

Richard Sadler

David Shaw

Daniel Smith

Joseph Smith

Thomas Starke

John Steel

Elijah Steele

Campbell Tate

George Tate

Robert Thomson

James Venable

Philip Walker

James Wallace

John Wallace

Samuel Watson

Hugh Whiteside

Jeremiah Williams

John Willing

James Wilson

Joseph Wofford

Frame Woods

Joseph Woods

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Thomas Woods, Sr.


Known Lieutenants - Captain Unknown

John Barron

Thomas Black

John Cunningham

John Darwin

James Davis

William Davis

Alexander Eakin

Alexander Faris

Elijah Fleming

Archibald Gill

Thomas Gillian

John Hanna

Malcolm Henry

James Jamieson

Henry Leech

Andrew Leister

James Martin

John McConnell

John McCool 

Adam Meek

John Miller

William Miskelly

Thomas Neely

James Noble

John Sterling

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James Wallace


Known Ensigns - Captain Unknown:

William Love

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John McCool


Known Sergeants - Captain Unknown:

John Cunningham 

John Kidd

William Manaham

James Martin

Thomas Neal

Alexander Patterson, Sr.

James Stephenson

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James Wallace


Known Corporals - Captain Unknown:

NONE


Known Privates / Fifers / Drummers / Etc. - Captain Unknown:

 Francis Adams

James Addington

John Armor 

James Armstrong, Jr.

John Armstrong

John Ball

Robert Barnwell

Thomas Barr

John Baxter

Charles Beene

George Black

Joseph Boggs

Thomas Boggs

William Boyd

Hugh Bratton - Wagon Master

Archibald Brown

Robert Brown

Robert Brown

Thomas Brown

Sherod Buzby

Thomas Campbell

Thomas Carsan

James Carson

James Chambers

Joseph Cole

Ephraim Conyers

Peter Cooper

John Cork

John Cunningham

Stafford Curry

James Davis

James Duff

John Forbes

Thomas Garrett

John Gibson

John Gillham

William Given - Wagon Master

James Glass

William Glenn

Samuel Gordon

James Graham

James Greer

David Griffith

William Hames

Alexander Hamilton

John Hanna

James Hawthorn

James Hillhouse

John Hillhouse

John Hogg

John Hood

John Johnston

John Kincaid

Robert Latham

David Leech - Wagoner

William Manaham

David McCance

Walter McCarter

John McConnell

James McDowell

Edward McFarland

Patrick McGonnegal

Benjamin McGraw

Michael Michel

William Miskelly

William Moore

Joseph Morrow

Joseph Moss

Matthew Mullinax

Matthew Neal

Joshua Patrick - Wagoner

Thomas Patton

Thomas Perry

John Petters

Abner Pierce

Richard Porter - Wagoner

Daniel Quinn

James Reed

Thomas Rigdon

John Riley

Joseph Robins

William Robison - Wagoner

James Ross

Jeremiah Smith

Thomas Starke

James Steel

David Stephenson

James Stephenson

Isaac C. Sterling

John Swords

 James Taggard

John Taggard

Abraham Williams

Adam Williamson

John Wilson - Wagoner

Walter Wisher

Losing Wood

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Francis Wylie


Brief History of Regiment:
 

Date(s):

Known Battles / Skirmishes:

Nov. 19, 1775

Ninety-Six

Dec. 22, 1775

Great Cane Brake

Dec. 23-30, 1775

Snow Campaign

Jun. 28, 1776

Fort Moultrie

Aug. 1, 1776

Seneca Town

Aug. 8-11, 1776

Cherokee Towns

Aug. 12, 1776

Tamassee

Sep. 19, 1776

Coweecho River (NC)

Sep. 1776

St. Augustine (FL)

May - July 1778

Florida Expedition

Feb. 8-10, 1779

Carr's Fort (GA)

Mar. 3, 1779

Briar Creek (GA)

May 11, 1779

Charleston Neck

Jun. 20, 1779

Stono Ferry

Mar. 28 - May 12, 1780

Siege of Charleston

May 1780

Mobley's Meetinghouse

Jun. 18, 1780

Hill's Iron Works

Jun. 20, 1780

Ramseur's Mill (NC)

Jul. 12, 1780

Williamson's Plantation

Jul. 12, 1780

Stallion's Plantation

Jul. 20, 1780

Lawson's Fork

Jul. 30, 1780

Rocky Mount

Aug. 3, 1780

Rocky Creek

Aug. 6, 1780

Hanging Rock

Aug. 12, 1780

Brown's Creek

Aug. 15, 1780

Carey's Fort

Aug. 16, 1780

Camden

Aug. 18, 1780

Fishing Creek

Oct. 7, 1780

Kings Mountain

Nov. 9, 1780

Fish Dam Ford

Nov. 18, 1780

Brierley's Ferry

Nov. 20, 1780

Blackstocks

Jan. 17, 1781

Cowpens

Feb. 19, 1781

Fort Granby

Feb. 22, 1781

Thomson's Plantation

Feb. 23, 1781

Big Savannah

Feb. 24, 1781

Fort Watson

Mar. 6, 1781

Lynches Creek

Mar. 15, 1781

Guilford Court House (NC)

Apr. 7, 1781

Four Holes Swamp

May 1, 1781

Friday's Ferry

May 11, 1781

Orangeburgh

May 12, 1781

Fort Motte

May 21 - Jun. 19, 1781

Siege of Ninety-Six

July 1781

Sandy Run Creek

Jul. 11, 1781

15-Mile House

Jul. 11, 1781

10-Mile House

Jul. 12, 1781

Four Holes Bridge

Jul. 15, 1781

Goose Creek Bridge

Jul. 15, 1781

St. James Goose Creek Church

Jul. 15, 1781

Quarter House

Jul. 16, 1781

Strawberry Ferry

Sep. 8, 1781

Eutaw Springs


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