The American Revolution in South Carolina


December 14, 1780 - Indian Creek

May 21, 1781 - Bush River

December 30, 1780 - Williams' Plantation

July 1781 - Sandy Run Creek

February 1781 - Watkins

November 1781 - Duncan's Creek

March 2, 1781 - Mud Lick Creek

May 1, 1782 - Lorick's Ferry

May 1, 1781 - Bush River
 


In November of 1781, when Major General Nathanael Greene retreated from his Siege of Ninety-Six, Col. Francis, Lord Rawdon in pursuit of Major General Greene camped at Glenn's Mills on the Enoree River in present-day Newberry County. Lord Rawdon then marched through the Fork and crossed the Broad River at Lyle's Ford. On this march, the British plundered everything in their path.


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