The American Revolution in South Carolina

The Battle of Camden

August 16, 1780


Patriot Cdr:

Major General
Horatio Gates
British Cdr:

Lt. General Charles,
Lord Cornwallis
Killed:

683-733
Killed:

66
Wounded:

included in above
Wounded:

256
Captured:

included in above
Captured:

Unknown
Old District: 

Camden District
Present County:

Kershaw County

Early in the dawn hours of 16 August 1780, Colonel Otho H. Williams, surveying the American line, noticed the British advancing up the road. He consulted Captain Singleton of the artillery and it was determined that the British could be no more than 200 yards off. Col. Williams gave the order for an artillery barrage and the British quickly unlimbered their guns and replied. The battle of Camden had begun in earnest.

Patriot Brigadier General Edward Stevens, on the left, was ordered to move the Virginians forward and the inexperienced and seldom reliable militia responded with hesitation. Col. Otho Williams called for volunteers, led 80 or 90 troops to within 40 yards of the deploying British, and delivered a harassing fire from behind trees. Lord Cornwallis, positioned near the action and always alert, had noticed the Virginians' hesitation and ordered Lt. Col. James Webster to advance on the right. In what was one of the worst mismatches in military history, two of the best regiments to ever serve in the British Army, the 33rd Regiment and the 23rd Regiment, with the best trained light infantry in the world, came up against the most untrained and unreliable troops on the American left. Seeing the perfectly formed line sweep toward them with a mighty cheer then terrible silence, save the clanking of cold steel bayonet on musket barrel, the Virginians broke and ran. A few managed to get off a few shots and several of the British troops went down. However, the pell-mell panic quickly spread to the North Carolina militia near the road and soon the militia broke through the Maryland Continentals, stationed in reserve, and threw that normally-reliable troop into disarray.

Seeing the wholesale panic of his entire left wing, Major General Horatio Gates mounted a swift horse and took to the road with his militia, leaving the battle to be decided by his more brave and capable officers. Incidentally, Major General Gates covered sixty miles in just a few short hours! Although the Congress later exonerated him for his misconduct and cowardice, Major General Gates never held a field command again.

Major General Baron Johann DeKalb and Brigadier General Mordecai Gist, on the American right wing, and the Maryland Continentals were still in the field. One regiment of North Carolina militia did not take part in the flight and fell back into the fighting alongside the Delaware Continentals. Col. Otho Williams and Major General DeKalb tried to bring Brigadier General William Smallwood's reserve to the left of the 2nd Brigade to form an "L." However, Brigadier General Smallwood had fled the battle and the troop was without leadership. In the meantime, Lord Cornwallis had advanced strong troops into the gap and between the two brigades. At this point Lord Cornwallis sent Lt. Colonel James Webster and his veteran troops against the 1st Maryland troops. Much to the credit of these Patriots, they stood fast and went toe-to-toe with the best regiments in the world for quite some time. However, after several breaks and rallies, they were forced from the field and into the swamps. Most of the Maryland troops, because of the inability of Lt. Colonel Banastre Tarleton's horse to pursue in the terrain, escaped to fight another day.

Only the 2nd Maryland Brigade, the Delaware Continentals, and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon's North Carolina Militia continued the battle. At this point, it was some 600 men against 2,000. They had managed to check Col. Francis, Lord Rawdon's left and had even taken a few prisoners. It should be noted here that in another of those strange battlefield occurrences, the Patriot's most experienced Continentals were facing the British army's most inexperienced troops, the Royal NC Regiment (Provincials). Major General Baron Johann DeKalb personally led bayonet charge after bayonet charge for over an hour. His horse had been shot out from under him and he had suffered a saber cut to the head. In a final assault he killed a British soldier and then went down to bayonet wounds and bullet wounds. His troops closed around him and opposed yet another bayonet charge from the British.

However, at this point, Lt. Colonel Tarleton returned with his horsemen from the pursuit of the fleeing militias and Lor Cornwallis threw his horse troops on the American rear. The remaining American troops stood for a few minutes and fought the onslaught from all sides but finally broke and ran. The battle of Camden was complete.

About sixty (60) men rallied as a rear guard and managed to protect the retreating troops through the surrounding woods and swamps. It should be noted that in the manner of warfare in the 18th Century, Lord Cornwallis took Baron DeKalb back to Camden and had him seen after by his personal physician. Unfortunately, the Baron succumbed to his wounds. He is buried in Camden and a monument has been erected to his memory on the old battlefield.

Casualties for the battle of Camden for the British were 331 out of all ranks for 2,239 engaged. This included two officers and 66 men killed, eighteen officers and 227 enlisted wounded, and eighteen missing. The American casualties have never been fully reckoned; however three officers died in battle and thirty were captured. Approximately 650-700 of Major General Gates's soldiers were either killed or taken prisoner out of 3,052 effectives engaged. The loss of arms and equipment was devastating to the American cause for months.


Click Here for the Official Website of the Kershaw County Historical Society's information on the Battle of Camden. Link is current as of March 2009.

Known Patriot Participants

Known British/Loyalist Participants

Major General Horatio Gates - Commanding Officer

Continental Forces led by Major General Johann-Alexandre von Robaii, Baron DeKalb in the following units:

MD 1st Brigade led by Brigadier General William Smallwood with 400 men in the following units:

MD 1st Regiment led by Lt. Col. Peter Adams, with Major Levin Winder, Capt. George Anderson, and Capt. William Bruce

MD 3rd Regiment led by Major Archibald Anderson, with Capt. Jacob Brice, Capt. John Smith, and Capt. Lilburn Williams

MD 5th Regiment led by Col. William Richardson, with Capt. Perry Benson, Capt. Richard Bird, Capt. James Bruff, and Capt. Adam Hoops

MD 7th Regiment led by Col. John Gunby, with Capt. Jonathan Morris

MD 2nd Brigade led by Brigadier General Mordecai Gist with 500 men in the following units:

MD 2nd Regiment led by Lt. Col. John Eager Howard, with Capt-Lt. John Hardman, Capt. Edward Duvall, and Capt. John Gassaway

MD 4th Regiment led by Col. Josiah Carvel Hall, with Capt. Edward Oldham

MD 6th Regiment led by Lt. Col. Benjamin Ford, with Capt-Lt. Nathan Williams and Capt. James Somervell

The DE Regiment led by Lt. Col. Joseph Vaughan with 280 men in the following six (6) known companies, led by:
- 1st Company - Major John Patton
- 2nd Company - Capt. Robert Kirkwood
- 3rd Company - Capt. John Rhodes
- 6th Company - Capt. John Learmonth
- 8th Company - Capt. Peter Jacquett
- Additional Company - Capt. George Purvis

Armand's Legion of Horse & Foot led by Lt. Col. Charles Tuffin Armand with the following units:
- Cavalry led by Count Nicholas Dietrick, Baron von Ottendorff with 60 men
- 1st Troop of Dragoons - Lt. Richard Heard
- 2nd Troop of Dragoons - Capt. Henry Bedkin
- 3rd Troop of Dragoons - Capt. Jerome Le Brun de Bellecour
- Corps of German Volunteers - Capt. Jost Driesbach with 40 men
- Chasseur Company - Capt. Jacob Baner with 20 men

Major Nelson's Regiment of VA State Cavalry led by Capt. Edmund Read, with 62 men in the following three (3) known companies, led by:
- 1st Troop - Capt. Edmund Read
- 2nd Troop - Capt. Martin Armand Vogluson
- 3rd Troop - Capt. Charles Fierer

SC Volunteer Mounted Infantry led by Maj. Thomas Pinckney with 70 men

Continental Artillery led by Col. Charles Harrison with 100 men in the following units:

1st Continental Artillery Regiment of VA - Capt. William Meredith, with Capt.-Lt. John Blair, Capt. William L. Pierce, with 2 guns

1st MD Continental Artillery Company led by Capt. Richard Dorsey, with Capt.-Lt. Ambrose Bohannon, with 2 guns

2nd MD & 3rd MD Continental Artillery led by Capt. Anthony Singleton, with Capt.-Lt. Lewis Booker and Capt.-Lt. Richard Waters, with 4 guns

VA State Artillery Regiment led by Lt. Col. Elias Edmunds, with Capt. John Watlington

VA State Troops, Light Infantry led by Lt. Col. Charles Porterfield, with six (6) known companies:
- Capt. Thomas H. Drew
- Capt. Thomas Upshaw
- Capt. John Holliday
- Capt. Thomas Downing
- Capt. Thomas Minor
- Capt. Edmund Curd

NC Light Infantry (a temporary unit of NC Troops) led by Major John Armstrong with 68 men and at least one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. James Freeman (Surry County)

NC State Militia led by Major General Richard Caswell, Col. Thomas Blount (Adjutant General), Col. John Sitgreaves (Staff), Col. Benjamin Williams (Staff), Col. John Pugh Williams (Staff), Lt. Col. William Polk (Aide-de-Camp), and Adjutant William Haily, with 1,800 men in the following units:

Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia led by Brigadier General John Butler, with the following two (2) known regiments:

1st Orange County Regiment of Milita, led by Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer, with fourteen (14) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Abraham Allen
- Capt. John Williams Daniel
- Capt. William Gwinn
- Capt. William Horton
- Capt. William Jamieson
- Capt. Samuel Johnston
- Capt. Baxter King
- Capt. James Mebane
- Capt. William Nunn
- Capt. Benjamin Rainey
- Capt. John Ray
- Capt. William Rogers
- Capt. John Walls
- Capt. Daniel Woodson

2nd Orange County Regiment of Militia, led by Col. John Collier, Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter, Major Bedford, Major James Dougan, Major William McCauley, and Major Joseph Sharpe, with the following twenty-four (24) known companies, led by:
- Capt. William Chambers (Wake County)
- Capt. Thomas Craig (Orange County)
- Capt. William Dillard (Chatham County)
- Capt. Thomas Farmer (Chatham County)
- Capt. John Graves (Caswell County)
- Capt. Davis Gresham (Orange County)
- Capt. Shadrack Hargis (Orange County)
- Capt. George Hodge (Orange County)
- Capt. Shadrack Hogan (Montgomery County)
- Capt. George Horton (Orange County)
- Capt. John Hudgins (Chatham County)
- Capt. Joseph Johnson (Chatham County)
- Capt. John Johnston (Randolph County)
- Capt. Buckner Kimbrell (Montgomery County)
- Capt. Daniel McFarland (Caswell County)
- Capt. David McFarland (Caswell County)
- Capt. Robert McLane (Randolph County)
- Capt. George Oldham (Caswell County)
- Capt. John Rains (Randolph County)
- Capt. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County)
- Capt. George Samuel (Caswell County)
- Capt. James Thompson (Orange County)
- Capt. James Trice (Orange County)(POW/Died of Smallpox while in captivity
- Capt. William Wilson (Guilford County)

Caswell County Regiment of Militia detachment, led by Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon, Lt. Col. Stephen Moore, Major Micajah Lewis, Major John Nall, and Major Cader Parker, with fifteen (15) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Samuel Ashe (NC Continental Artillery)
- Capt. Ralph Banks (Granville County Regiment)
- Capt. Peter Bennett (Granville County Regiment)
- Capt. William Bennett (Granville County Regiment)
- Capt. John Benton (Gates County Regiment)
- Capt. Lewis Bledsoe (Wake County Regiment)
- Capt. John Bowman (Burke County Regiment)
- Capt. Woodson Daniel (Wake County Regiment)
- Capt. Joshua Hadley (1st NC Regiment)
- Capt. George Lee (Caswell County Regiment)
- Capt. Daniel Odom (Caswell County Regiment)
- Capt. James Ray (Orange County Regiment)
- Capt. James Ross (Granville County Regiment)
- Capt. Philip Taylor (Granville County Regiment)
- Capt. Edward Yarborough (3rd NC Regiment)

Salisbury District Brigade of Militia led by Brigadier General Griffith Rutherford (captured), Lt. Col. David Love, and Major Thomas Harris (Aide-de-Camp), with the following ten (10) known regiments:

Anson County Regiment of Militia detachment led by Col. Hicks, with three (3) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Patrick Boggan
- Capt. Salathiel Clifton
- Capt. John McInvale (killed)

Burke County Regiment of Militia detachment, led by Lt. Col. William Wofford, with unknown number of men.

Guilford County Regiment of Militia detachment, led by Col. John Peasley and Major Thomas Owen, with seven (7) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Asa Brashears
- Capt. John Donnell
- Capt. John McAdow
- Capt. John Nelson
- Capt. Peter O'Neal
- Capt. Abraham Phillips
- Capt. Henry Whitesell

Lincoln County Regiment of Militia detachment of three (3) known companies, led by:
- Capt. William Armstrong
- Capt. John Culbertson
- Capt. William Hutchison

Mecklenburg County Regiment of Militia detachment led by Col. George Alexander, with the following fourteen (14) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Matthias Beaver
- Capt. William Gardner
- Capt. Samuel Givens
- Capt. Conrad Hise
- Capt. James Huggins
- Capt. William Huggins
- Capt. Nathaniel Marshall Martin
- Capt. John McFalls
- Capt. Thomas Shelby
- Capt. Richard Springs
- Capt. John Sterns
- Capt. Steel
- Capt. James White
- Capt. David Wilson

Richmond County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. William Threadgill

Rowan County Regiment of Militia, led by Col. Francis Locke, with fifteen (15) known companies, led by:
- Capt. William Bell
- Capt. John Brandon
- Capt. Alexander Davidson
- Capt. Davis (killed)
- Capt. John Dickey
- Capt. Peter Hedrick
- Capt. John Johnston
- Capt. John Lopp
- Capt. Jacob Nichols
- Capt. Richmond Pearson
- Capt. James Peavine
- Capt. Samuel Reid
- Capt. Richard Simmons
- Capt. Thomas Tremain
- Capt. Wright

Surry County Regiment of Militia, led by Col. Martin Armstrong and Lt. Col. Robert Lanier, with the following eight (8) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Absalom Bostick
- Capt. Samuel Dyer
- Capt. James Freeman
- Capt. David Humphreys
- Capt. William Meredith
- Capt. Paul Patrick
- Capt. Arthur Scott
- Capt. William Wilson (Rowan County)

Washington County Regiment of Militia (NC) detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Christopher Cunningham

Wilkes County Regiment of Militia, led by Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County), with nine (9) known companies, led by:
- Capt. James Crump
- Capt. Charles Gordon
- Capt. Shadrack Hogan (Mongtomery County)
- Capt. Samuel Johnson
- Capt. Joel Lewis
- Capt. William Nall
- Capt. William Nash
- Capt. John Randleman (Rowan County)
- Capt. Edward Rutledge

Edenton District Brigade of Militia, led by Brigadier General Isaac Gregory (badly wounded) and the following four (4) known regiments:

Bertie County Regiment of Militia detachment led by Major James Foy, with one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Francis Pugh

Currituck County Regiment of Militia detachment led by Col. Samuel Jarvis with unknown number of men.

Gates County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Abner Perry (wounded)

Pasquotank County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Owen Williams

Halifax District Brigade of Militia detachment, led by Col. Jeptha Eatherton, with seven (7) known regiments:

Edgecombe County Regiment of Militia detachment of six (6) known companies, led by:
- Capt. James Barrow
- Capt. John Bell
- Capt. Edward Hall
- Capt. Simon Lee
- Capt. Exum Phillips
- Capt. Richard Shipp

Franklin County Regiment of Militia detachment, led by Lt. Col. William Brickell, with two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Julius Alford
- Capt. Harrison Macon

Halifax County Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Elisha Hurt
- Capt. John Patterson

Martin County Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. John Kennedy
- Capt. Williams

Nash County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Benjamin Kitchen (wounded)

Northampton County Regiment of Militia detachment, led by Major Robert Peoples, with two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Samuel Lockhart
- Capt. John Peterson

Warren County Regiment of Militia detachment led by Major Agrippa Nichols, with six (6) known companies, led by:
- Capt. John Macon
- Capt. George Nasworthy
- Capt. Benjamin Richards
- Capt. John Vose
- Capt. John White
- Capt. Joel Wren

New Bern District Brigade of Militia, led by Col. Benjamin Exum and Major John Nall, with five (5) known regiments:

Craven County Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. David Roach
- Capt. Joshua Windham

Dobbs County Regiment of Militia detachment, led by Lt. Col. Richard Caswell, Jr., with unknown number of men.

Jones County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Simon Edwards (POW/Wounded)

Pitt County Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Augustin Spain
- Capt. Nathaniel Moore

Wayne County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Lazarus Crawford

Wilmington District Brigade of Militia detachment led by Col. Thomas Owen (Bladen County), with five (5) known regiments:

Bladen County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Joseph Wood

Brunswick County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Thomas Callendar

Cumberland County Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Charles Crawford
- Capt. John Cox

New Hanover County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. James Love

Onslow County Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. James Foy

VA Militia Brigade led by Brigadier General Edward Stevens and the following units:

Louisa County Militia (VA) - Col. George Stubblefield, with Lt. Col. Joseph Spencer, Major William Moseley, and Capt. John Byers

Pittsylvania County Militia (VA) - Capt. Thomas Roberts

Culpeper County Militia (VA) - Capt. William Stanton

Cumberland County Militia (VA) - Capt. Robert Anderson

Fauquier County Militia (VA) - Capt. Elias Edmuncs

Amelia County Militia (VA) - Lt. Col. Holt Richardson, with Major John Bias, Capt. William Craddock

Caroline County Militia (VA) - Capt. James Johnson

Hanover County Militia (VA) - Capt. John Price

Bedford County Militia (VA) - Capt. Nathaniel Tate and Capt. Thomas Leftwich

Chesterfield County Militia (VA) - Lt. Col. Ralph Faulkner, with Capt. Archibald Walthal and Capt. Booker

Lunenburg County Militia (VA) - Capt. Walker

Dinwiddie County Militia (VA) - Capt. George Pegram

Mecklenburgh County Militia (VA) - Col. James Lucas

Amherst County Militia (VA) - Capt. Azariah Martin

Halifax County Militia (VA) - Col. Lawson, with Capt. Paul Wattington

Charlotte County Militia (VA) - Col. Downman, with Major Henry Conway and Capt. Thomas Williams

Pittsylvania County Militia (VA) - Capt. Isaac Clement, Capt. William Dix, and Capt. Peter Perkins

Henry County Militia (VA) - Capt. Cunningham and Capt. George Waller

Powhatan County Militia (VA) - Col. William May

South Carolina Militia, led by "Unknown":

Turkey Creek Regiment of Militia detachment of four (4) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Robert Frost
- Capt. Henry Lisle
- Capt. Patrick McGriff
- Capt. John Steel

Kershaw Regiment of Militia detachment of four (4) known companies, led by:
- Capt. William Deason
- Capt. George Dunlap
- Capt. Thomas Glaze
- Capt. Jack Gray

Camden District Regiment of Militia detachment of three (3) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Benjamin Carter, with Lt. John Cathey, Jr.
- Capt. Richard Tucker
- Capt. John Weathers

Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Robert Maxwell
- Capt. McA

Little River District Regiment of Militia detachment of two (2) known companies, led by:
- Capt. Pendleton Isbell
- Capt. William Mulwee

2nd Spartan Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. John Walker

New Acquisition District Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Maj. John Wallace

Fairfield Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. John Land

Cheraws District Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. Jesse Steads

Orangeburgh District Regiment of Militia detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. John McKenzie

Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons detachment of one (1) known company, led by:
- Capt. John Hollis

Col. Wade Hampton's Regiment detachment of one (1) known company led by:
- Capt. Peter Burns

Unknown Regiment - one (1) company led by:
- Capt. Robert Davis

Total Patriot Forces - 4,100

Lt. General Charles, Lord Cornwallis - Commanding Officer

British Regulars led by Lt. Col. James Webster with 1,000 men in the following units:

23rd Regiment of Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) led by Lt. Col. Nesbit Balfour with 292 men, including the following officers:
- Major Frederick MacKenzie
- Capt. William Keppel
- Capt. Sir William Howe
- Capt. Forbes Champagne
- Capt. Thomas Saumarez
- Capt. James Drury
- Capt. Charles Ward Apthorp

33rd Regiment of Foot led by Major William Dancey with 238 men, including the following officers:
- Capt. Frederick Cornwalls
- Capt. Allen Malcolme
- Capt. James Campbell
- Capt. John Manley
- Capt. John Kerr
- Capt. Hildebrand Oakes - Grenadier Company

71st Regiment of Foot (Fraser's Highlanders) led by Lt. Col. Alexander McDonald with the following units:
- 1st Battalion - Capt. Hugh Campbell, with 144 men
- 2nd Battalion - Capt. "Unknown," with 110 men

Light Infantry led by Capt. Charles Campbell with 148 men in the following units:

71st Regiment of Foot (Fraser's Highlanders) led by Capt. Charles Campbell and the following unit:
- Light Infantry Company - Lt. Archibald Campbell

16th Regiment of Foot Light Infantry Company - Lt. John Skinner with 78 men

NY Volunteers, 3rd Battalion, Light Infantry Company - Capt. "Unknown"

Royal Regiment of Artillery with 19 men in the following units:

3rd Battalion, Number 1 Company - Lt. John MacLeod, with 4 guns

4th Battalion, Number 6 Company - Lt. William Marquois, with 2 guns

Additionals, including artillery manned by the British Legion - 126 men with 6 guns

Corps of Guides & Pioneers - Lt. Andrew Husband, with 28 men

Provincials led by Col. Francis, Lord Rawdon, with 800 men in the following units:

British Legion led by Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton and the following units:
- Legion Infantry - Capt. Patrick Stewart, with 126 men
- Legion Cavalry - Maj. George Hanger, with 182 men

Volunteers of Ireland led by Col. Francis, Lord Rawdon with 303 men, including the following officers:
- Capt.-Lt. David Dalton
- Capt. John Campbell
- Capt. John Doyle
- Capt. Charles Hastings
- Capt. James King
- Capt. John McMahon

Royal NC Regiment led by Lt. Col. John Hamilton with 267 men

NC Volunteers Loyalist Militia led by Col. Samuel Bryan with 202 men, with the following officers:
- Lt. Col. John Hampton
- Capt. Nicholas White

Total British/Loyalist Forces - 2,239

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