The American Revolution in North Carolina

The Privates, Horsemen, Fifers, Drummers, etc. - Last Names Beginning with "P"
Private, Etc. First Unit Served In As a Private From To Notes Known Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Pace, George Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pace, Hardy Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pace, Solomon Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Paden, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/20/1777, a Private under Capt. James Wilson for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. John Baptiste Ashe) (1st NC Regiment).  aka Thomas Peddan.
Padget, Solomon 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Padgett, John Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Absalom Bostick and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Meredith and Lt. Col. Robert Lanier. 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Dyer and Col. Martin Armstrong. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Minor Smith and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Brick House.
Pafford, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1783 A Drummer under Capt. William Armstrong.  Enlisted at Salisbury, NC.  W5483. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Page, Abraham 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months. Died on 9/26/1778.
Page, Abraham Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources).
Page, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1782 1782 6/14/1781, a Corporal under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  A Private in Jan. 1782.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Page, John New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Page, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Hezekiah Mann and Lt. Col. Thomas Sessoms.
Page, Solomon 3rd NC Regiment 1783 9/10/1782, a Corporal under Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  A Private in Jan. 1783.
Page, William New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Paine, Edmund Surry County Regiment 1778 1780 First in VA unit. Lived in VA near the VA/NC Border. 1778, a Private under Capt. William Underwood and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, a Private under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment), Captain not named. Born on 4/9/1762. Shallow Ford, Kings Mountain (SC).
Painter, John Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. John Robinson and Col. William Graham. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. John Culbertson and Col. William Graham, then Col. Joseph Dickson. Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill, Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pair, William 10th NC Regiment 1776 12/26/1776 (?), a Private under Capt. John Jarvis.
Palmer, Jesse Lincoln County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Armstrong and Col. Joseph Dickson. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Lofton, attache to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Moore, attached to Col. Robert Irwin (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Born on 6/28/1763 in Cumberland County, VA. Whitesell's Mill, Reedy Fork, Guilford Court House.
Palmer, Robert 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Francis Tartanson.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Palmer, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/13/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 12 months.
Palmer, William 1st NC Regment of Militia 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Owen Williams and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Pasquotank County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Redding, attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Camden (SC).
Pander, Thomas Caswell County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Private under Capt. Olin Terry, then under Capt. Frederick Hargis, both under Col. William Moore. Summer of 1782, a Private under Capt. Elijah Moore (4th NC Regiment) for 18 months. Furloughed near Charleston, SC. Born on 3/22/1765 in PA. aka Thomas Ponder. W21906. Guilford Court House.
Paramore, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/5/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Died on 10/20/1778.
Pardmore, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months. 
Pardon, Jeremiah 1777 5/27/1777, a Private, regiment and unit unknown.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).
Parham, Drury 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months. Lived in Halifax County. Moved to Chatham County. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Cage, attached to Col. Hugh Tinnen (Orange County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1780, also a Private under a Capt. Crumpton and Col. Ambrose Ramsey. S9452. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Parham, Kennon Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Stephen Merritt, attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Farmer (Orange County Regiment). Aug. 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops) for 12 months. Born on 9/10/1762 in Granville County, NC.
Parham, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Private under Capt. Isham Harris and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt./Maj. Richard Harrison and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Smith (1st NC Regiment), then Capt. William Lytle. Born in 1763 in Granville County, NC. W5524. Guilford Court House, Fort Motte (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Parham, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. William Gill, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1781, a Private under Maj. Richard Harrison and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, also a Private under Capt./Maj. Batt Birdsong and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) at the Public Factory in Harrisburgh.
Parham, William 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Paris, James Rowan County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Paris, John Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, a Private under Capt. William Murray, detached to support march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Paris, Robert Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 First in VA units. 1780, a Private under a Capt. Young and Col. John Sevier. 1781-1783, a Private under Capt. James Richardson and Lt. Col. Joseph Martin. Born on 10/3/1750 in Botetort County, VA. Kings Mountain (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Paris, Robert Washington District Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. John Campbell and Maj. Evan Shelby, Sr. Probably considered a VA unit. 1776, also a Private under Capt. James Thompson and Maj. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1777, in Washington County. 1779, a Private under Capt. James Richardson and Col. John Sevier. Island Flats (TN), Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Paris, William Chatham County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Edward Douglas and Col. John Luttrell. Lived in Orange County. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Horton and Col. Hugh Tinnen.
Parish, Edward 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Parish, John 5th NC Regiment 1776 1779 9/1/1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Deserted on 11/20/1779 - per official records.  From Bute County, NC.  aka John Parrish.  R7930.
Parker, Abraham Orange County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Private under Capt. William Ray, then Capt. William Horton, both attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. 1781, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Hogan and Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). 8/20/1782, a Private under Capt. Elijah Moore (4th NC Regiment) then under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes for 18 months. Furloughed on 7/5/1783 at the 10-Mile House, SC. Born on 10/3/1764 near Edenton (Chowan County), NC. S3640. Camden (SC).
Parker, Amos 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1/13/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 12 months.
Parker, Arthur 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Parker, Arthur Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, Arthur Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, Daniel 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.  4/23/1779, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.
Parker, Daniel Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Five pay vouchers. Born c. 1740.
Parker, Daniel NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Mark Patterson, Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor, and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Lived in Chatham County. 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Griffin and Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Parker, Elisha Gates County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Arthur Gatling and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. Born in 1759. Charleston Neck (SC), Stono Ferry (SC).
Parker, Hillery 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/17/1777, a Private under Capt. John Jarvis for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. John Baptiste Ashe) (1st NC Regiment) - sick in camp on that date.  Died on 11/3/1778.  aka Hillory Parker.
Parker, Humphrey Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Kings Mountain (SC).
Parker, Humphrey Lincoln County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Weir and Col. Joseph Dickson. 1781, also a Private under Capt. James Lytle, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) (got sick), then attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Most likley the same man as directly above (different sources). Eutaw Springs (SC).
Parker, James 1st NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/9/1776, a Private under Capt. John Brown.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Deserted on 9/10/1778.  Re-enlisted in Nov. 1778.  Deserted again on 6/28/1779.
Parker, James 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
Parker, Jeptha 1776 4/22/1776, regiment, unit, and rank unknown, enlisted for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.
Parker, Jesse 6th NC Regiment 1776 1779 4/26/1776, a Private under Capt. Philip Taylor.  A Corporal in Jan. 1779.  A Sergeant in Nov. 1779.
Parker, John Bladen County Regiment 1776 1782 1776, a Private under Capt. William Ellis and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (6th NC Regiment) for seven months. 1782, a Private under Capt. Ephraim Mulford and Col. Thomas Owen. Born on 2/23/1753 in Bladen County, NC. W10856. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, John Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh
Parker, John Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Council. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, John Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Private under a Capt. Parker.
Parker, John 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Parker, Jonathan Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, Joseph 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
Parker, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, Josiah Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Four pay vouchers. Born c. 1755.
Parker, Kedar Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Council. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parker, Kedar Gates County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. Abram Cole and Col. Kadar Reddick. 1780, a Private under Capt. Moses Kitterall, attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Benton and Col. Kadar Reddick. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Jethro Sumner and Col. Samuel Jarvis in the newly-created 1st NC Regiment of Militia. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, at Hillsborough learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte. Born on 10/24/1758 in VA.
Parker, Kedar Gates County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under a Capt. Eure and Col. Kadar Reddick. In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Path, attached to Col. Thomas Harvey (Perquimans County Regiment). Born in October of 1760 in what became Gates County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Parker, Lemuel 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a known Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Pitt County.
Parker, Leonard Caswell County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Josiah Cole and Col. William Moore. 5/24/1782, a known Private, unit unknown. Guilford Court House.
Parker, Nicholas Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Three pay vouchers. Born on 7/5/1758.
Parker, Peter 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 June 1776, a Private under Capt. Aaron Hill, then under Capt. Simon Stallings, both under Col. Peter Dauge in the newly-created 2nd Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From Chowan County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Whidby, then under Capt. Joseph Howett (Tyrrell County Regiment), both attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Born on 5/19/1757 in Chowan County, NC.
Parker, Peter Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Two pay vouchers. Born c. 1763.
Parker, Richard Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. 17 pay vouchers. With so many vouchers, he was most likely a Commissary. Born c. 1740.
Parker, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1776 1779 12/1/1776, a Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Dropped from the rolls in March 1779.
Parker, Thomas 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 7/30/1776, a Private under Capt. Roger Moore, then Capt. William Goodman for 2-1/2 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  Discharged on 7/31/1779.
Parker, Timothy Anson County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. William Lofton and Col. Thomas Wade. 1778, a Private under Capt. Drury Ledbetter and Col. Thomas Wade. 1779, in Montgomery County. 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Buckner Kimbrell and Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. 1781, a Private under Capt. Buckner Kimbrell, attached to Col. Hicks (Anson County Regiment). Born on 8/17/1760 in Berkeley County, VA. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Parker, William DQMG 1780 A Wagoner under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).
Parker, William 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Sergeant Major.  POW on 9/11/1777 at the battle of Brandywine Creek, PA.  Later, joined 5th NC Regiment as a Private, unit unknown.  Deserted in May 1779.
Parker, William Caswell County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. William Harden, attached to Col. Hugh Tinnen (Orange County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, in a VA unit. Born on 10/22/1755 in Essex County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Parker, Zenas Dobbs County Regiment 1781 2/14/1781, a known Private, unit unknown.
Parkerson, Drury 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.  aka Drury Perkerson.
Parkerson, Jacob 2nd NC Regiment 1779 1780 7/1/1779, a Private under Capt. John Craddock. Earlier had been a Private in the 3rd VA Regiment, but since John Parkerson was his brother, he convinced everyone to trade places with a John Lynch - who left the 2nd NC Regiment and joined the 3rd VA Regiment in his place. Sick during the Siege of Charleston (SC), so was not captured. Lived in Waren County. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Macon and Maj. Agrippa Nichols. aka Jacob Parkinson. S31902. Stony Point (NY), Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Parkerson, John 2nd NC Regiment 1779 4/16/1776, a Corporal under Capt. Pinketham Eaton.  A Sergeant on 8/1/1777.  Back to Corporal in June 1778 under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Williams.  A Private on 7/15/1779.
Parks, Andrew 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Dropped from the rolls on 4/1/1782.
Parks, George Wilkes County Regiment 1777 1781 Was a Sergeant. 1777, a Private under Capt. Samuel Johnson and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Lived in Rowan County. 1779, lived in Burke County. 1779, a Private under Capt. William Lenoir and Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Allen (Wilkes County Regiment), attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Born on 8/5/1759 in Amherst County, VA.
Parks, Henry Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Moses Guest and Col. Francis Locke. He claims he lived in Surry County at the time. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton (Surry County Regiment), attached to Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1778, a Private under Capt. William Galbreath and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis (Surry County Regiment), attached to Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis (Surry County Regiment), attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. John Cleveland and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition. Possibly at the battle of Beatti's Bridge (statement unclear). Born on 5/31/1758 in Albemarle County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Parks, Hugh 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/20/1776, a Private under Capt. Roger Moore, then Capt. William Goodman for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  Discharged on 5/20/1779 at Paramus, NJ.  From Orange County, NC.  W9591. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Parks, James 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Parks, James 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 4/8/1782 as a Sergeant at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  From Northampton County, NC.  Born in February of 1753 in Northampton County, NC.  S17000. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Parks, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Parks, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 1780 A Private under Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Deserted on 1/7/1780.
Parks, Peter 3rd NC Regiment 1780 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough, Capt. William Bush, and Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 5/1/1782.  From Northampton County, NC.  S35546. Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Parks, Samuel 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Joseph Walker.  Died on 11/27/1777.
Parks, Samuel Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis, then under Capt. William Lenoir, both under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Parks, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Armstrong for 12 months.  Discharged on 10/1/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Parks, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Parks, William 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1779 4/29/1777, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.  Deserted on 10/15/1779.
Parks, William 4th NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.
Parmer, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 3/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.
Parmly, John Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Larkin Cleveland, then under Capt. Rawlin Judd, both under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1780, a Private under Capt. Paul Patrick and Col. Martin Armstrong (Surry County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Morgan and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Allen and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Alexander Gordon, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born on 6/4/1762 in Essex County, VA. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Parnel, Abraham 2nd NC Regiment 1779 Jan. 1779, a Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) for the duration of the war.
Parr, Edward Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Wagoner under Capt. Thomas Harris. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parr, Isaiah 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Private under Capt. James Blount for six months.  5/20/1776, a Private under Capt. Roger Moore (4th NC Regiment).  12/24/1776, a Sergeant under Capt. William Goodman (4th NC Regiment) for 2-1/2 years.  9/8/1778, a known Sergeant in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark)(1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  Later, a Major in NC Militia.  From Currituck County, NC.  On some rolls as Isaiah Pare.  S41939. Great Bridge (VA).
Parr, Joseph Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Parr, Noah 2nd NC Regiment 1777 A Musician under Capt. Edward Vail, Jr.  Aug. 1778, a Private.  From Pasquotank County, NC.  R1960. Brandywine Creek (PA).
Parr, William 1776 12/25/1776, a Private, regiment and unit unknown, enlisted for three years.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).
Parr, William Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore.
Parrimore, Benjamin Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. William Ormond.
Parrish, Abraham 3rd NC Regiment 1780 1/22/1780, a Private under Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.
Parrish, Charles Johnston County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. William Bryant and Col. Needham Bryan. 1779, a Private under Capt. Bryant Whitfield and Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment (State Troops). Born in 1756 in Johnston County, NC. aka Charles Parish. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parrish, Claiborne Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under a Capt. Lipham, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, a Private under Capt. John McFarland and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Lindley's Mill.
Parrish, Humphrey Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Gilliam, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Maj. Richard Harrison and Col. Joseph Taylor. Then joined a VA unit. Born in 1763 in Granville County, NC.
Parrish, Jacob 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
Parrish, Jacob Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources).
Parrish, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. Richard Taylor and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Gill, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. 1779, also a Private under Capt. William Gilliam and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Wallace (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Owen (Guilford County Regiment).
Parrot, John Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Parrott, Nathaniel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Parson, John Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Wagoner under Capt. Thomas Harris. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Parsons, James 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/22/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Parsons, Jesse 8th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. John Walsh.  POW on 10/4/1777 at the battle of Germantown, PA. Germantown (PA).
Parsons, Joseph Anson County Regiment 1776 1782 1776, a Private under Capt. Cornelius Robinson and Lt. Col. David Love. 1779, in Montgomery County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Crump and Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. 1781, a Lieutenant and a Captain. 1782, a Private under Capt. Maurice Raiford and Col. Joel Lewis in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). 1782, also a Private under Maj. John Lopp and Col. James Brandon in the newly-recreated 2nd Rowan County Regiment. 1782, back to Captain again. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Camden (SC).
Parsons, Nathan 8th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. John Walsh.  POW on 10/4/1777 at the battle of Germantown, PA. Germantown (PA).
Parsons, Roger 8th NC Regiment 1777 1779 A Private under Capt. John Walsh.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1779.  aka Roger Parson.
Parsons, Samuel 8th NC Regiment 1778 1778 A Sergeant under Capt. John Walsh.  A Private in Jan. 1778.  Died on 3/19/1778.
Partee, Edmund Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Shoemaker in Hillsborough for three months. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Gwinn, then under Cxapt. James Langston, both under Col. Joseph Taylor. Born in 1754 in Loudoun County, VA.
Parthis, Hardy 10th NC Regiment 1778 A Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company.  Deserted on 7/29/1778.
Partin, Benjamin 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Parton, John Orange County Regiment 1776 8/22/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Williams, attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Partree, Emanuel 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. William Goodman.  Died on 10/4/1777 at the battle of Germantown, PA. Germantown (PA).
Parum, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/5/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 4/5/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Paschal, ? Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Col. James Thackston, Captain not known. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pass, Holloway Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Wilson and Col. William Moore. 1781, a Private under Capt. Adam Sanders, then under Capt. Spillsby Coleman, both under Col. William Moore. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Born on 3/4/1762 in Halifax County, VA. aka Holoway Pass. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC), Brown Marsh.
Passmore, Amos 2nd NC Regiment 1776 10/24/1776, a Private, unit unknown.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.
Passmore, David 10th NC Regiment 1777 1782 5/15/1777 or 8/6/1777 (two sources), a Private under Capt. James Wilson.  May 1778, under Capt. James Verner (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Gambier Scull.  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), exchanged at Jamestown, VA in July 1781.  12/2/1781, re-enlisted as a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford (1st NC Regiment), then under Capt. Samuel Jones (1st NC Regiment) for 12 months.  From Orange County, NC.  S1924. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Passmore, Joseph 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 6/21/1777, a Private under Capt. Dempsey Gregory.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment) - sick on that date at Yellow Springs.  Died on 7/13/1778 (?).  aka Joseph Palmore, Joseph Pasmore.
Pate, Cordie 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/4/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 5/4/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Pate, Edward 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/4/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 5/4/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Pate, William 8th NC Regiment 1777 1779 6/29/1777, a Corporal under Capt. John Walsh.  Deserted on 10/17/1777.  Rejoined on 12/1/1777 as a Private.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  A Corporal again in Feb. 1779.  Discharged on 1/31/1780.
Pateete, Edward Burke County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Kennedy and Col. Charles McDowell. 1782, a Private under Capt. James McFarland and Col. Charles McDowell. 1782, also a Private under Capt. John McDowell and Col. Joseph McDowell. aka Edward Poteet. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Patredge, John Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Patrick, Andrew 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 4/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Patrick, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1778 A Musician under Capt. James Read.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Patrick, Daniel 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/11/1778, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.
Patrick, Ezekiel Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Jared Irwin and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. He claims that he was in service for three years. He also claims that three brothers served with him - Daniel Patrick, Samuel Patrick, and Wiliam Patrick; this is the only record thereof. Born on 1/7/1759. Brown Marsh.
Patrick, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips.  Deserted on 10/26/1777.
Patrick, John Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Shepherd and Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Patrick, Spencer 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot.
Patrick, William 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips for 2-1/2 years.  The official records indicate that he deserted on 10/26/1777.  He claims he started much earlier and was honorably discharged.  From Surry County, NC.  R7999. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Patrick, William Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Shepherd and Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Patrie, Peter 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Patten, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Bell, attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Hart and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Huggins (Mecklenburg County Regiment), attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, also a Blacksmith under Maj. James White (Mecklenburg County Regiment) for three months. Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill, Wahab's Plantation (SC), Charlotte, Polk's Mill.
Patterson, Alexander Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Patterson, Arthur Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, Captain not named. His three sons - Arthur Jr., Thomas, and William, plus James Lindsay were prisoners of Maj. Patrick Ferguson - they were retaken by the Patriots at the battle of Kings Mountain (SC). Kings Mountain (SC).
Patterson, David Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt./Maj. Herndon Haralson, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Eutaw Springs (SC).
Patterson, Duncan 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1/15/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  aka Duncan Petterson.
Patterson, Henry Rutherford County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Alexander County.
Patterson, James Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Josiah Cole, then under Capt. Adam Sanders, both under Col. William Moore. Guilford Court House.
Patterson, James Rutherford County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Alexander County. Son of Henry Patterson above.
Patterson, James Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Jesse Knighton and Maj. William Rutherford. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Wilson, then under Capt. Jesse Knighton, both under Col. Andrew Hampton. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Williams and Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Jesse Knighton and Maj. William Rutherford. Wounded at the battle of Cowpens, SC. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Jesse Knighton, attached to Col. Francis Locke. Born on 7/5/1758 in Montgomery County, VA. Siege of Savannah (GA), Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Patterson, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1779 A Private under Capt. James Gee.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles.  Deserted on 5/1/1779.
Patterson, John 5th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Jan. 1779, in the 4th NC Regiment, unit unknown.
Patterson, John Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Christmas, then under Capt. Robert Scobey, both under Col. William O'Neal. Born on 10/15/1760 in Bucks County, PA.
Patterson, John Rowan County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Wilson and Col. Francis Locke. In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. 1779, also a Private under Capt. William Armstrong and Col. Francis Locke. Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Brandon and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. 1781, a Private, Captain not named. Born on 7/27/1762 in York County, PA. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Patterson, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 June 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Reid, attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Aug. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Reid - he says they were attached to Col. George Alexander (Mecklenburg County Regiment), but most others say they were under Col. Francis Locke. Wounded and a POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Born on 12/30/1758 in Lancaster County, PA. Ramseur's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Patterson, John Rutherford County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Alexander County. Son of Henry Patterson above. 
Patterson, Jonathan Lincoln County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Patterson, William 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Discharged on 2/25/1782.
Patterson, William Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Patterson, William Warren County Regiment 1782 1782, a Private, unit unknown. Hired as a substitute for Samuel Coleman.
Pattin, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Patton, David Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford, Captain not named. Too late for the battle of Ramseur's Mill. Then in SC units. Born on 12/14/1762.
Patton, Robert 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1777 1776, a Private under Capt. William Morrison and Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, a Captain. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Patton, Samuel Rowan County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Lopp, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Patton and Maj. James Brandon. 1780, also an Ensign. 1781, a Lieutenant. Born in 1761 or 1762 in Rowan County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Moncks Corner #1 (SC).
Patton, Thomas Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 June 1780, a Private under Capt. John Harden and Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Harden and Maj. Joseph McDowell. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Neill and Col. Charles McDowell. At the battle of Guilford Court House under unknown. Born on 4/25/1735 in Marlborough, PA. aka Thomas Patten. Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Patton, William Rowan County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. John Locke and Maj. James Brandon. POW at the battle of Moncks Corner, paroled. Then joined a GA unit. 1782, a Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough (3rd NC Regiment) for 18 months; hired a substitute (Michael Hinnings) after serving one month. W4307. Moncks Corner #1 (SC).
Paul, Jacob Anson County Regiment 1776 2/9/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Harris. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Paul, Philip 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/20/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Paul, Stephen 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Stedman.  Died on 9/20/1777.
Pavey, Nehemiah 4th NC Regiment 1782 2/6/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.  Sep. 1782, re-enlisted for the duration of the war.
Pavey, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 8/10/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle for 12 months.  Discharged in Oct. 1782 at James Island, SC.  Born 1761 in Accomack County, VA.  From Guilford County, NC.  R8017.
Pavy, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1779 6/24/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.  Probably Thomas Pavey.
Payford, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Musician under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Payne, Charles Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 First in VA unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, back in VA unit. aka Charles Paine.
Payne, Moses Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Ray and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. Guarded beef cattle during the battle of Camden, SC. 1780, also a Private under a Capt. Christmas and Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1780, a Private again under Capt. John Ray and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. 1781, a Private under Capt. Obadiah Harris and Lt. Col. Guilford Dudley in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. Guarded the baggage during the battle of Guilford Court House. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Ray and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). 1781, a Private again under a Capt. Christmas and Col. Hugh Tinnen.
Payne, Nehemiah Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Eli McDaniel and Col. Alexander Mebane. 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. William Douglas and Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Private uner Capt. John Taylor and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born on 12/15/1733 in Dossett County, MD.
Payne, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 8/30/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Paysly, Robert Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, served under Capt. William Murray, detached to support march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. aka Robert Paisley.
Pea, Elias Surry County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Peace, Hardy Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Peacock, Abraham Wayne County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Sessions, attached to Lt. Col. Richard Nixon (Craven County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Crowell and Col. James Read in the NC Light Horse Regiment. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Benjamin Harrison and Maj. Burwell Mouring. Born on 10/8/1742 in Craven (what became Johnston then Dobbs) County, NC. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Peacock, Archibald Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. David Dudley and Col. Benjamin Exum. Late 1779, in Wayne County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Alford, then under Capt. Stephen Sasser, both under Col. Benjamin Exum. Born in 1762 in Dobbs County, NC.
Peacock, Isham Anson County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. William Hoye and Lt. Col. David Love. 1780, a Private under Capt. Elias Pate and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. (Bladen County Regiment). Born on 10/8/1742 in Craven (what became Johnston then Dobbs) County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Peacock, John 10th NC Regiment 1778 5/11/1778, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.
Peacock, John Dobbs County Regiment 1778 10/30/1778, drafted under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. William Caswell.
Peacock, Uriah Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Caswell and Col. James Glasgow. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Stephen Sasser and Lt. Col. William McKinnie (Wayne County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. John Whitley and Col. John Smith (Johnston County Regiment). Born on 7/4/1758 in Dobbs County, NC.
Peal, Daniel 7th NC Regiment 1776 12/26/1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Brickell for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.  aka Daniel Peale.
Peal, Pearson 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 6/22/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  A Corporal in Aug. 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Corporal in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).  A Sergeant on 2/1/1780.
Pearce, Edmund 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. His gun burst at the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pearce, George Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Blair and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pearce, Israel 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. William Goodman, then under Capt. Benjamin Bailey (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 5/2/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) at High Hills, SC.  Earlier in NC Navy.  From Tyrrell County, NC when he enlisted.  On official rolls as Israel Pearse.  S3660.   Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pearce, Jacob 4th NC Regiment 1777 Oct. 1777, a Private under Capt. James Williams.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  
Pearce, James Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. aka James Pierce. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pearce, James Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Kyle, then under Capt. George Russell, both under Col. John Sevier. Born on 12/25/1765 in Bedford County, VA. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Pearce, John Craven County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Pearce (his brother), attached to Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment). Died at Georgetown, SC on the way to Charleston.
Pearce, John Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. aka John Pierce. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pearce, John Johnston County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Hardy Bryan and Col. John Smith.
Pearce, Philbert Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. aka Philbert Pierce. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pearce, Richard Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. aka Richard Pierce. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pearce, William 4th NC Regiment 1777 1779 A Private under Capt. William Goodman for 18 months.  Drafted in Hertford, NC (Perquimans County).  Discharged in SC.  Born 12/9/1752 in Perquimans (what is now Gates) County, NC.  W3590. Stono Ferry (SC).
Pearce, Windsor Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander. 
Pearsall, James Sr. 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pearse, Abner 4th NC Regiment 1782 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.  Dec. 1782, transferred - to where unknown.
Pearson, Abel Washington County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. John Trimble, then under Capt. James Stinson, both under Col. John Sevier. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Brown and Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private under Capt. Luke Boyer, then under Capt. George Doherty, both under Col. John Sevier. Born on 5/2/1764 at Carroll Tract, PA. Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Pearson, Charles Northampton County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Hardin Pace and Lt. Col. Jeptha Eatherton. Briar Creek (GA).
Pearson, George Chatham County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Johnson and Col. Ambrose Ramsey (got sick), then attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Abraham Allen (Orange County Regiment), attached to Maj. William Gholson (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Douglas (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). 1782, a Private under Capt. William Douglas (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Camden (SC), Kirk's Farm, Lindley's Mill.
Pearson, Jonathan 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 May 1777, a Private under Col. James Hogun for eleven months, Captain unknown. Lived in Johnston County. 1778, a Private under Capt. White and Col. Exum Lewis (Edgecombe County Regiment). Born on 10/14/1757 in Perquimans County, NC. W10876.
Pearson, Paris Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Lewis Bledsoe and Col. James Hinton. 1781, a Private under Capt. Matthew McCullers (Johnston County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Lindley's Mill.
Pearson, Sterling Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Matthew McCauley and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Lived in Chatham County. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Wilson. July 1781, a Private under Capt. Swan Trouton and Col. Benjamin Williams in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment (State Troops) for six months. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Douglas (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Born on 4/10/1753.
Pearson, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Peasley, John 2nd Battalion of Volunteers 1776 1781 Late 1776, a Wagoner under Lt. Col. John Peasley (his uncle). Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. Lived in Guilford County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Nelson (promoted to Major), then Capt. David Cowan (Rowan County Regiment)(resigned), then Capt. Thomas Clark, all under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months. 1779, a Sergeant. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Stewart and Col. James Martin. 1781, a Private under Capt. Arthur Forbis and Col. James Martin. aka John Paisley, John Pastley. Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House.
Peavey, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Peavy, Abraham Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Gwinn, attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Lived in Orange County.  Born on 5/8/1765 in Orange County, NC.
Peay, George Guilford County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private for several tours under Capt. John Leak and Lt. Col./Col. James Martin. He claims this unit was too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, but most others say they were there in time to pick up many prisoners. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Leak, then under Capt. John Nelson, both under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months. 1779, a Private under Capt. John Davis and Col. James Martin. Sent back to gather late recruits, too late for the battle of Stono Ferry, SC. 1780, a Private under Capt. Peter O'Neal and Maj. Thomas Owen. Sent back to gather late recruits, too late for the battle of Camden, SC. 1781, in VA unit. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Peck, Frederick 9th NC Regiment 1777 12/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.
Peck, Joseph 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Aug. 1781, transferred to the Legion (State or Lee's? - Unknown).
Peck, Peter Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Lopp and Col. Francis Locke. Then in either a VA or a GA unit. Born in 1766 in Rowan County, NC.
Peddy, Andrew Wake County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Lewis Bledsoe, attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, a Private under Capt. Woodson Daniel and Col. John Hinton, Jr. 1781, a Private under Capt. Matthew McCullers (Johnston County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born in 1757 in Halifax County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Lindley's Mill.
Pee, Jonathan 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Peevel, John 3rd NC Regiment 1779 A Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1779.
Pegram, Gideon 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a known Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Pitt County.
Pell, Gilbert 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Capt. Michael Quinn.  Deserted in Sep. 1779.
Pemel, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Williams.  Died in Nov. 1777.
Pender, John Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pender, Joseph Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Pendergrass, David 6th NC Regiment 1776 1781 4/20/1776, a Private under Capt. Philip Taylor for 2-1/2 years. 6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on 11/10/1778. Lived in Granville County. 1781, a Private in the Granville County Regiment, Captain not named. R8086. Guilford Court House.
Pendergrass, Job 4th NC Regiment 1776 1780 5/6/1776, a Private under Capt. Roger Moore for three years. Apr. 1779, a known Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes. Discharged on 5/6/1779 in Chatham County, NC. Lived in Orange County. 1779-1780, a Private in the Orange County Regiment, Captain(s) not named. S41504. Stono Ferry (SC), Camden (SC).
Pendergrass, John 4th NC Regiment 1776 1782 5/20/1776, a Private under Capt. Roger Moore for three years. 9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark - 1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull - sick at Valley Forge on that date. Discharged on 5/20/1779. Lived in Orange County. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Douglas (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). 1782, a Private under Maj. Roger Griffith (Chatham County Regiment), attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). W18730.
Pendergrass, Raleigh Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Allcock and Col. James Kenan. Died of the Flu while in service in SC. aka Rolley Pendergrass.
Pendleton, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/9/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard. 
Pendleton, Hiram 7th NC Regiment 1778 1779 5/22/1778, a Private under Lt. Benjamin Bailey, who was soon transferred to the 1st NC Regiment. Born in and lived in Pasquotank County, when he enlisted. Moved to Bladen County. 1781, a Private under Col. Thomas Brown, Captain not named. Stono Ferry (SC), Raft Swamp, Tory Hole.
Penion, Reuben Surry County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. James Shepherd and Col. Joseph Williams. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Shepherd and Maj. Joseph Winston. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. James Shepherd and Col. Joseph Williams. Born in 1752 in VA. aka Reuben Pennel, Reuben Pinlan, Reuben Pinyan. Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House.
Penland, John Burke County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Camp, then under Capt. Joseph McDowell, both under Col. Charles McDowell. Born on 11/27/1764 in New Castle County, PA.
Penly, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Russell and Maj. Joseph McDowell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard White and Lt. Col. Joseph McDowell. aka John Penby.
Penniger, Martin 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee, then Capt. Elijah Moore (4th NC Regiment). Discharged on 4/28/1782.  Enlisted in Rowan County. May have earlier served in NC Militia, unit unknown. Later, lived in Cabarrus County. aka Martin Penigar, Martin Peniger. S41951. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pennington, Kinchen Montgomery County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Crump and Col. William Lofton. 1781, in SC unit.
Pennywell, Thomas Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Penrice, Francis 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall for 12 months.  Discharged on 8/16/1782. 
Penrice, Francis 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1783 1/7/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 1/7/1783.  aka Francis Penris.
Peoples, Henry Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Blair and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Peoples, William 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/1/1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 10/1/1778.
Peoples, William New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Perdue, Caleb 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.
Perkins, Abraham 9th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Matthew Ramsey.  Died on 3/5/1778.
Perkins, Adam 3rd NC Regiment 1779 Jan. 1779, a Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.
Perkins, David 4th NC Regiment 1782 2/6/1782, a Sergeant under Capt. James Mills.  A Private in Apr. 1782.
Perkins, Ephraim 2nd NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  Transferred to Capt. Clement Hall (3rd NC Regiment/2nd NC Regiment).  Earlier in NC Militia. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Perkins, George Bladen County Regiment 1777 1780 First in SC unit. 1777, a Private under Capt. John Cade and Lt. Col. Thomas Brown. 1778, a Private under Capt. Peter Robeson and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Moore and Col. Thomas Brown. Then in SC unit again. Born on 3/22/1754 in what became Marion County, SC.
Perkins, Isaac 10th NC Regiment 1777 1780 5/16/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  Transferred to 2nd NC Regiment under Capt. Clement Hall.  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped.  Then in NC Militia, unit(s) unknown.  S41953. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Perkins, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Elijah Moore, then Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes, and finally Capt. Alexander Brevard (3rd NC Regiment) for 18 months.  Discharged after serving 12 or 13 months at 10-Mile House, SC.  Earlier in VA Militia.  1782, moved to, and living in, Caswell County, NC when he was drafted.  On the official rolls as Thomas Cayson.  Raised by his mother as Thomas Carson - but his real name was John Perkins.  During the war, he was known as Thomas Carson.  W2640.
Perkins, Moses Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Lt. Swan Trouton and Capt. George Bledsoe, attached to Lt. Col. John Branch (Halifax County Regiment). Lived in Halifax County. William Perkins below was his brother.
Perkins, Richard 3rd NC Regiment 1779 6/24/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.
Perkins, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 4/28/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  From Lincoln County, NC.  Born on 3/31/1757 in Orange County, NC. S9455. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Perkins, Ute Burke County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell, then under Capt. David McFalls, both under Maj. Hugh Brevard. 1779, moved to SC then to TN. Born on 7/15/1761 in Tryon (what became Lincoln) County, NC.
Perkins, William Halifax County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt./Maj. William Jarvis, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Lieutenant. Stono Ferry (SC).
Perkinson, Beverly Orange County Regiment 1776 8/22/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Williams, attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Perret, John 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Perrit, Needham 6th NC Regiment 1777 1779 March 1777, a Private under Capt. George Mitchell.  1778, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months (3rd NC Regiment).  aka Needham Perrett.  S38998.
Perry, Adonijah 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Simon Edwards and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Jones County. Camden (SC).
Perry, Bird Wayne County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Sessions, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Lived in Warren County. Hired as a substitute to finish a tour of James Towns.
Perry, Hardy Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, too late, turned around.
Perry, Jeremiah 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/29/1776, a Private under Capt. Pinketham Eaton.  A Corporal from Feb. 1778 to June 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  aka Jeremiah Perrey, aka Jerry Perry.
Perry, Jesse Currituck County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. John Jarvis. 1779, a Private under Capt. William Russell. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Jarvis. All service under Col. Samuel Jarvis.
Perry, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 May 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho, then Capt. Edward Yarborough (3rd NC Regiment) for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/17/1782 at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  Enlisted at Hillsborough, NC.  aka John Parry.  W975.
Perry, John 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho for 2-1/2 years.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  aka John Perrey.
Perry, John 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Philip Taylor.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Perry, John Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Jacob Johnston and Col. James Darnell.
Perry, Joseph 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. William Brinkley and then Capt. John Pitts, both under Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Halifax County.
Perry, Joseph Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col. John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Perry, Nicholas Hertford County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. James Harris, attached to Col. Lawrence Baker (Gates County Regiment). Born on 4/11/1760 in Hertford County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Perry, Robert 1st NC Regiment 1782 Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Armstrong.  2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 3rd NC Regiment. 
Perry, Sion NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood. From Wake County.
Perry, Waxel Craven County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Perry, William 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Francis Child.  Died on 3/13/1778.
Perry, Willis Bute County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Hunt (resigned), then under Capt. John Twitty, both attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). In the Stono, SC expedition, no named engagements. 1779, in Franklin County. 1780, a Blacksmith under Capt. William Hill and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Born on 7/31/1756 in Granville (what became Bute then Franklin) County, NC.
Perryman, John Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. George Samuel and Lt. Col. Stephen Moore. Moved to VA, joined there. Camden (SC).
Person, Henry Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1780 1775, a Private under Capt. Thomas Alston and Col. Nicholas Long. Lived in Bute County. 1776, a Sergeant. Moved to Wake County during the war. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Turner and Col. Philip Taylor in the newly-created Mounted Volunteers. Born on 3/8/1755 in Granville (what became Bute then Warren) County, NC.
Person, Jonathan 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.
Persons, James Caswell County Regiment 1782 5/24/1782, a known Private, unit unknown.
Pervers, William 1777 5/13/1777, a Private, regiment and unit unknown.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. John Baptiste Ashe) (1st NC Regiment).
Peterford, George Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Peters, Charles 2nd NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.
Peters, John 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1780 6/18/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted in Feb. 1780.
Peters, John Sullivan County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Pemberton and Col. Isaac Shelby. Kings Mountain (SC).
Peters, William 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. David Roach, then Capt. John Rayford, both under Col. Benjamin Exum. Lived in Craven County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Allen and Col. John Tilman. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Peterson, James 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 March of 1776, a Private under Capt. Archibald Lytle for 2-1/2 years.  Discharged in September of 1778 in Wilmington, NC.  From Orange (what would become Caswell) County, NC.  W4050.
Peterson, John Duplin County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1776, two tours as a Private under Capt. John Treadwell and Col. James Kenan. 1775, at Old Brunswick Town. Guarded Rockfish Creek Bridge in Duplin County during the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, a Private under Capt. Southy Fisher and Col. James Kenan. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Taylor and Col. James Kenan. Born on 5/3/1750 in Duplin County, NC. Heron's Bridge.
Peterson, John Tryon County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Peter Mull and Lt. Col. Andrew Hampton. 1779, in Lincoln County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Harden (Rutherford County Regiment), attached to  Maj. Tutt (Lincoln County Regiment) and Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Born in 1759 in PA. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC).
Pethosell, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Petigrew, Ance 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1779 9/15/1776 (?), a Private under Lt./Capt. Kedar Ballard for 3 years.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.
Petit, Stephen Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell. Probably the same man as Stephen Pettis below (different sources).
Petree, Peter 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.  From Granville County, NC.  W4310.
Pettaway, Micajah 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1780 4/20/1776, a Private under Capt. William Brinkley, then under Capt. James Bradley, then under Capt. Thomas Granbury for 2-1/2 years. Transferred to 2nd NC Regiment under Capt. Benjamin Williams. Discharged in Oct. 1778 near West Point, NY. Lived in Edgecombe County. 1779, an Ensign in NC Militia. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Scarborough and Lt. Col. Henry Hart. Also an Adjutant. On the official Continental rolls as Micaja Pataway and/or Macaja Potaway. Brandywine Creek (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Petteway, James 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Pettiford, Elias 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Pettiford, George 4th NC Regiment 1776 1777 A Private under Capt. Roger Moore, Capt. William Goodman for nine months.  Enlisted in Caswell County, NC.  Probably from Granville County, NC.  W9223.
Pettiford, Philip 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho, then Capt. William Walton.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.  From Granville County, NC.  Brother of William below.  S41952. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pettiford, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho, then Capt. William Saunders.  Discharged on 6/14/1782 (4th NC Regiment).  From Granville County, NC.  Brother of Philip above.  S41948.
Pettiford, William Granville County Regiment 1778 5/25/1778, a known Private under Capt. Ralph Williams and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months. Very likely the same man as directly above (different sources).
Pettijohn, Abraham 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/24/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 4/24/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Pettijohn, John Perquimans County Regiment 1778 1780 1778, a Private under Capt. William Barber and Col. Thomas Harvey. 1780, a Private under Capt. Charles Haughton (Chowan County Regiment), attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Captured by the British, held 13 days.
Pettis, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 6/11/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  A Corporal in Aug. 1781.  Discharged on 6/11/1782.  aka James Pittia.
Pettis, Stephen 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
Pettit, George Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips and Col. Joseph Williams. 1781, a Private under Capt. David Humphreys and Col. Joseph Williams.
Pettit, Gideon 8th NC Regiment 1777 1780 4/5/1777, a Musician under Capt. Simon Jones, then Capt. Robert Raiford.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  May 1779, joined the 5th NC Regiment, unit unknown.  Discharged on 4/11/1780.  From Pitt County, NC.   Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Stono Ferry (SC).
Petty, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/17/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.  Earlier in SC units.  S39007.
Petty, John Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Gholson, then under Capt. Alexander Clark, both under Col. John Luttrell. Lindley's Mill.
Petty, William Surry County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Absalom Bostick and Col. Martin Armstrong. Detached to support Col. Thomas Sumter (SC) at the battle of Fishing Creek, SC. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Pendleton Isbell and Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). Born on 3/13/1764 in Fauquier or Stafford County, VA. Fishing Creek (SC).
Pettyjohn, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/6/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Corporal in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman - sick on that date.  Died on 1/19/1779.  aka Thomas Pittyjohn, Thomas Petyjohn.
Pevier, James 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Pevy, Samuel 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Musician under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.  Deserted on 3/16/1783 (?).
Pharas, Absalom 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/17/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 5/17/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Pharoah, John Granville County Regiment 1778 5/25/1778, a known Private under Capt. Ralph Williams and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months.
Pharoah, Joshua Currituck County Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Private under Capt. Dennis Dauge and Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1776, a Private under Capt. Solomon Perkins and Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1779, a Sergeant. Born on 3/8/1757 in Currituck County, NC. Great Bridge (VA).
Pharis, Samuel Bladen County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wood and Col. Thomas Owen. 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Porter, attached to Col. John Hinton, Jr. (Wake County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Simon Hadley and Col. Thomas Matthews (Cumberland County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. William G. McDaniel, then under Capt. William Ellis, both under Col. Thomas Brown. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Jared Irwin and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Born in 1761 in Cumberland County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Tory Hole.
Pharr, Samuel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Alexander.
Phelps, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/4/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  A Musician in Nov. 1779.
Phelps, Keeder 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/12/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  A Musician in June 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  aka Kador Phelps, Kader Phelps.
Philip, William 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley.  Died on 6/6/1783.  [same man as William Phillips below]
Phillips, Aaron 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Phillips, Aaron Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Maj. John Gillespie and Col. James Martin.
Phillips, Adam Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Simmons and Maj. James Hall. Cowan's Ford.
Phillips, Andrew 4th NC Regiment 1777 1780 4/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips for 3 years.  1/8/1778, transferred as a Private under Capt. James Read (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 4/20/1780.  S32442.
Phillips, Bennet Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Stephen Merritt and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Waller and Col. Joseph Taylor. Born on 12/27/1763 in Somerset County, MD.
Phillips, Bush 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Phillips, Clemmons Anson County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Patrick Boggan and Col. Thomas Wade. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Patrick Boggan, attached to Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Born on 2/18/1763 in Dobbs County, NC. Brick House.
Phillips, David 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/7/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/2/1782.
Phillips, David 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner.  Discharged in Oct. 1778.
Phillips, David Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Asa Brashears and Col. James Martin. Later in a VA unit. Born on 12/24/1755 in Orange (what became Caswell) County, NC.
Phillips, Dennis Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Phillips, George 2nd NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Charles Allen.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.
Phillips, Henry 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.  Died on 8/19/1779.
Phillips, Isaac Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Landon Harris and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Phillips, James Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, drafted, unit unknown.
Phillips, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.
Phillips, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 9/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  6/1/1778, a Private under Maj. Hardy Murfree (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 9/11/1778 at White Plains, CT.  S39010.
Phillips, John Anson County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under a Capt. White and Col. Thomas Wade.
Phillips, John Bladen County Regiment 1778 1779 First in SC unit. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wood, attached to Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Phillips, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Lopp and Col. Francis Locke. Born on 5/7/1734 in Cecil County, MD.
Phillips, John Wake County Regiment 1778 1778, a Cook under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten for about 18 months.
Phillips, Joseph 10th NC Regiment 1777 7/1/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Phillips, Levi Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Brandon and Col. Francis Locke. Bornb on 9/21/1751 in Cecil County, MD.
Phillips, Lovin 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 5/19/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Oct. 1781, transferred to the SC Line.
Phillips, Mark Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Christmas and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer).
Phillips, Mitchell 1st NC Regiment 1777 1780 9/9/1777, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon for three years.  9/8/1778, known a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), exchanged at Jamestown, VA.  From Camden County, NC.  S41956. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Phillips, Richard 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/10/1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips for 3 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 5/20/1779.
Phillips, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 5/20/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Deserted on 6/1/1781.
Phillips, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1778, a Private under a Capt. White and Col. William Caswell. From what is now Lenoir County.
Phillips, William 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  Died on 6/6/1783.
Phillips, William 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1778 June 1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford.  Dropped from the rolls in July 1778.
Phillips, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. John Barringer and Col. Adam Alexander. Lived in Rowan County. Born in 1756 in Rowan County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Phillips, Zachariah 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho, then under Capt. William Walton.  Discharged on 5/25/1782 at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  S35559.
Phillips, Zachariah 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley.  Died on 1/16/1783.
Philyaw, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jacob Johnston and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Phipps, Aaron Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under a Capt. Hays and Maj. John Gillespie.
Phips, John 1st NC Regiment 1778 11/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 12 months.
Pickard, Thomas Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Douglas and Lt. Col. John Luttrell. Moved to Orange County. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Trousdale and Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. 1781, also a Private under Capt. James Mebane and Col. Guilford Dudley (NC Light Horse Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Abraham Allen and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born in May of 1759 in Orange (what became Chatham) County, NC. Lindley's Mill, Brush Creek.
Pickett, Henry Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. John Lopp and Col. Francis Locke. 1779, also a Private under Capt. Neil McCrany and Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. John Lopp and Col. Francis Locke. Born on 3/18/1758 in New Hanover (what became Brunswick) County, NC.
Pierce, Edward 2nd NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/25/1782.  First name might be Edmund - seen both.
Pierce, Hardy 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1778 6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  Died in Oct. 1778.
Pierce, Israel 3rd NC Regiment 1779 6/15/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for 18 months.
Pierce, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged 4/12/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Pierce, James 5th NC Regiment 1777 8/24/1777, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  From Hertford County, NC.  aka James Pearce.
Pierce, John A Private in NC Continental Line, regiment, unit, and dates unknown.  S7320. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pierce, John Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Pierce, Lewis 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Deserted on 7/7/1781.
Pierce, Reuben 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Pierce, Richard Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Pierce, Theophilus 6th NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. Thomas White.  Died on 5/21/1778.
Pierce, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Williams.  Died on 1/2/1778.  One  source claims this man's name was Thomas Price - so he's listed below under that name as well.
Pierce, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Died in Oct. 1778.  From Hertford County, NC.
Pierce, William 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. William Temple Coles.  Aug. 1777, in the "Invalids."
Pierce, William 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Pierce, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Brickell.  Deserted in Apr. 1777.
Piercy, Blake Burke County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph White and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Kennedy, then under Capt. Jonathan Camp, both under Col. Charles McDowell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell and Maj. Joseph McDowell. Wounded at the battle of Cowpens, SC. Cowpens (SC).
Pierson, James Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jesse Hardin Franklin and Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Pierson, Richard 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/24/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 5/24/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).  aka Richard Pearson.
Pierson, Thomas 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Pierson, Thomas 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Pilant, Edward 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Gates County.
Pilchard, John 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John Enloe.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Piles, James Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Pilkenton, Richard Johnston County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Matthew McCullers, attached to Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., avoided capture. 1781, a Private under Capt. Edmund Griffin and Col. John Smith. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Pindar, Hardy Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell.
Pindum, Hezekiah Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, served under Capt. William Murray, detached to support march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Pinkerton, David Orange County Regiment 1776 8/22/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Williams, attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Pinkley, Peter Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Wagoner under Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pinkstone, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 2/20/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).  aka William Pinkston.
Pinkum, Philip 10th NC Regiment 1778 1779 8/12/1777, a Corporal under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  A Private in June 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. John Ingles.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Deserted on 12/6/1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Pinnix, John Caswell County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Matthew DeWitt, attached to Col. Benjamin Exum (Dobbs County Regiment), then attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. John McMullen, then under Capt. John Oldham, both under Col. William Moore. Born on 12/13/1760. Briar Creek (GA), Brown Marsh.
Pinon, Reuben Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Shepherd and Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pinson, Joseph Washington District Regiment 1776 1778 1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Womack and Maj. Evan Shelby, Sr. Probably considered a VA unit. 1777, in Washington County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wilson and Col. John Carter. Moved to Wilkes County. 1778, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Herndon and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born on 1/30/1754 in Orange County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Pipkin, Stephen New Bern District Minutemen 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. George Miller and Col. Richard Caswell. Lived in Dobbs County. Several sources assert he was a Lieutenant later in 1776. Born on 8/2/1757 in Johnston (what became Dobbs) County, NC. aka Stephen Pipken. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pipkin, William 4th NC Regiment 1782 1782 2/6/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills.  Died 8/9/1782.
Pippen, John Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Britton Harris and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1781, a Lieutenant. Born on 7/5/1755 in Gloucester County, VA. aka John Pippin, Pipen. Briar Creek (GA).
Pippen, Joseph Halifax County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Higgins, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1779, an Ensign. Briar Creek (GA).
Pippen, Richard Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Britton Harris and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. Born on 5/8/1757 in Gloucester County, VA. Briar Creek (GA).
Pitchet, Oliver 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Pitman, Arthur Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Ellen and Lt. Col. John Branch. Rounded up deserters, drove hogs to the army. Four tours of three months each.
Pitman, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Walton.  Discharged on 6/9/1782.
Pitman, Joseph Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. William Gill, then under Capt. John Walker (Orange County Reigment), both under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, a Private under Capt. Abraham Potter, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Col. Joseph Taylor, Captain not named. Born on 9/10/1757.
Pitman, Joseph Granville County Regiment 1782 5/9/1782, a known Horseman serving for two months. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources).
Pitman, Micajah Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. George Henry Barrier and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private, Captain(s) not named. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Pitman, Thomas Edgecombe County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under a Capt. Alexander.
Pitt, Henry Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Edward Clinch and Maj. Joseph J. Clinch, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). 1781, a Private uner Capt. James Wilson, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Born in 1760 in Isle of Wight County, VA. Briar Creek (GA).
Pitt, Joseph 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Barrow and Col. Benjamin Exum. Lived in Edgecombe County. He claims this unit was too late for the battle of Camden, SC, but most others say they were there in time. 1781, a Private under Capt. Gresham Coffield and Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. Out scouting during the battle of Guilford Court House. Oct. 1781, a Private under Capt. Swan Trouton and Maj./Col. Joel Lewis in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment (State Troops). Born in 1762 in VA.
Pitt, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Pitts, James Franklin County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Eaves and Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter (2nd NC Regiment) for 18 months. Born in 1762 in Smithfield County, VA. S7313.
Pitts, Jonathan Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. James Crawford and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under a Capt. Steel and Col. George Alexander (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Camden, SC. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Black and Col. Francis Locke. Early 1781, a Private under Capt. James Crawford and Maj. James Hall. Then in VA unit. 1782, moved to KY. Born on 4/12/1756 in Rowan County, NC. Camden (SC), Cowan's Ford.
Pivikins, Isaac 2nd NC Regiment 1777 5/16/1777, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Clement Hall.
Platt, John 9th NC Regiment 1778 4/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.
Player, Stephen 1st NC Regiment 1775 1775, a Private under Capt. Alfred Moore [4]. Moore's Creek Bridge [4].
Plumley, George 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
Plumley, George Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). aka George Plumbly.
Plummer, Jeremiah Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Plummer, John Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Plummer, Richard Brunswick County Regiment 1778 1781 First in RI unit. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Thomas DeVane, Jr. and Col. William Lord in the New Levies for nine months. Lived in Bladen County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Elias Fort and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Too late for the battle of Stono Ferry, SC. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wood and Col. Thomas Owen. 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter Robeson and Col. Thomas Brown. Born in June of 1752 in Smithfield County, RI. Camden (SC), Tory Hole.
Plummer, William Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Plummer, Zachariah Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Plumpus, Timothy 6th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Francis Child.  Dropped from the rolls in Nov. 1777.
Plunk, Jacob II Tryon County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Alexander and Col. William Graham. 1779, in Lincoln County. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Taylor and Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment), pulled from active duty to make shoes for the army. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. William Moore, attached to Col. Caleb Phifer (Mecklenburg County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born in 1747 or 1748 in Lancaster County, PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Poe, Benjamin Chatham County Regiment 1775 1782 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Mial Scurlock and Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1781, a Private under Capt. Taverner Marsh and Maj. Roger Griffith. 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Gholson, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). March 1782, a Private under Maj. Joseph Rosser and Lt. Col. William Gholson. Born on 8/14/1749 in Culpeper County, VA. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Poe, David 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/15/1776, a Private under Capt. James Emmett.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten - 2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  Enlisted in Chatham County, NC.  S41962.
Poe, Henry W. Guilford County Regiment 1776 1782 1776, a Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. 1779, in Randolph County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Hinds, attached to Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). Deserted, captured, placed into the NC Continental Line. Sep. 1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment). Deserted on 11/30/1782. He asserts he was under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment), but official records show he was under Capt. Clement Hall. Born in 1758 in Culpeper County, VA. R8204. Moore's Creek Bridge, Deep River #1, Brush Creek.
Poe, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/9/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Poe, John Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Poe, Simeon 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Poe, Stephen Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Poe, Stephen Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Gholson and Maj. John Nall. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Lindley's Mill.
Poe, William Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Pogue, John Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, served under Capt. William Murray, detached to support march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Pogue, Joseph Orange County Regiment A Private, possibly under Capt. James Farquhar, dates unknown. Family members claim he was probably at the battles of Cowpens, SC and Guilford Court House, units unknown.
Pohon, William Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under a Capt. Lapsby, attached to Col. Arthur Campbell (VA). Born on 9/1/1757 in London, England.
Polk, Charles Jr. Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander. Most likely the same man as directly below (different sources).
Polk, Charles Jr. Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Capt. James Jack and Col. Thomas Polk (his uncle). 1776, a Private under Capt. James Jack and Col. Thomas Polk in the 2nd Salisbury District Minutmen. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, also a Private under Capt. John Polk (his father) and Col. Adam Alexander. 1780, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk (his uncle) and Col. William Lee Davidson. Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. Oliver Wiley and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. At the battle of Cowan's Ford under unknown Captain. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Fletcher and Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). Born on 1/18/1760 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Colson's Mill, Charlotte, Cowan's Ford. 
Polk, John Sr. Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander. 
Pollard, Jacob NC State Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. James Herrin and Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment (State Troops). Lived in Craven County. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Windham and Lt. Col. Richard Nixon.
Pollard, Matthew 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
Pollard, Matthew Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources).
Pollard, William 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Martin.  Dropped from the rolls in Sept. 1777.
Pollerson, John Lincoln County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden (SC). Camden (SC).
Pollock, Benjamin Duplin County Regiment 1779 A Private, unit and dates unknown. Paid £25 for his service. Born 1/22/1744 in New Hanover County, NC. Died at the battle of Briar Creek, GA on March 3, 1779. Briar Creek (GA).
Pollock, Jesse 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.  
Pollock, John Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. In Pierce's Register.
Pollock, William Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. In Pierce's Register.
Polmore, Elijah 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Pond, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1779 A Private under Capt. John Armstrong.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.  Deserted on 6/28/1779.  Rejoined in Nov. 1779.  Deserted again on 2/5/1780.
Ponder, William 5th NC Regiment 1777 6/30/1777, a Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams.  A Musician in Sep. 1777.  9/9/1778, a known Drummer in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  A Private again in Sep. 1778.  aka William Pouder.
Ponds, James Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Wilson and Col. William Moore. aka James Pawns. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Pool, Aaron Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pool, James 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/29/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted on 11/22/1779.  From Dobbs County, NC.  aka James Poole.
Pool, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pool, John NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood. From Wake County.
Pool, John Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Etheldred Jones, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. Lived in Johnston County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Matthew McCullers and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Lindley's Mill.
Pool, John Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Etheldred Jones, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. Lived in Wake County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Matthew McCullers and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). (Yep, two of 'em). Guilford Court House. Lindley's Mill.
Pool, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pool, Samuel Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Pool, Samuel Johnston County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Whitley, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates’s Defeat while at Cheraw Hills, went to Charlotte. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Hardy Bryan and Col. John Smith. 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. Born on 6/19/1759 in Johnston County, NC.
Pool, Stringen Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pool, William Petty Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William White and Col. James Saunders. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Vincent Harrison and Col. William Moore. Born on 9/12/1755.
Poore, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1775 1781 September 1775, a Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Wounded at the battle of Ft. Moultrie (SC).  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), exchanged in 1781.  Then in NC Militia, unit unknown.  S39024. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Poore, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 6/23/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  aka William Poor.
Pope, Arthur Johnston County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private, unit unknown. Briar Creek (GA).
Pope, Charles Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Smith Moore, then under Capt. John Haley, both under Col. James Martin.
Pope, Elijah NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood. From Wake County.
Pope, Elisha Nash County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Howell Ellen, then under Lt. Col. John Bond, both under Capt. James Clinch. Born in 1761 in Edgecombe County, NC.
Pope, George Lincoln County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Catawba County.
Pope, Harwood Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Parish, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). Eutaw Springs (SC).
Pope, Henry New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Spyars Singleton and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pope, Jacob Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Two pay vouchers. Born c. 1760.
Pope, Jeremiah Duplin County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Richard Clinton and Col. James Kenan. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Love and Col. Benjamin Exum in the newly-created 2nd NC Regiment of Militia. Lived in what became Sampson County. Born on 1/8/1749 in Edgecombe (what became Halifax) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Pope, Philip Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Edward Hall and Col. Jonas Johnston. 1781, a Private under Capt. Etheldred Phillips and Lt. Col. John Eaton. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Gresham Coffield and Col. Joseph J. Clinch. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Swan Trouton and Maj./Col. Joel Lewis in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment (State Troops). Born on 10/16/1762 in Halifax County, NC. Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House.
Pope, Pool Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Davis and Col. James Darnell.
Pope, Poole Hall Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, two tours as a Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Went to Brunswick twice. Born in 1752 in Dobbs County, NC. Possibly the same man as directly above (different sources).
Pope, Richard Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John McAdow, then under Capt. John Leak, both under Col. James Martin. 1781, a Private under Capt. John McAdow and Col. John Peasley. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Wade and Col Thomas Crawford (Richmond County Regiment).
Pope, Samuel 5th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.
Pope, Samuel 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/18/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.
Pope, Samuel New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Spyars Singleton and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. 7/14/1780, received $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting in the Dobbs County Regiment. Probably the same man as directly above (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pope, Samuel, Sr. 10th NC Regiment 1778 1779 5/5/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  A Private in June 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 6/30/1779.
Pope, Wiley NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Lt. Col. Hardy Sanders. Lived in Caswell County.
Pope, William 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1780 5/15/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  A Private in June 1778 in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped after 12 days.  Then joined SC Militia.  S35031. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Poplin, George Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Duckworth and Lt. Col. John Luttrell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Nicholas Nall and Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Joseph Rosser and Col. John Luttrell. Born on 12/15/1752. Lindley's Mill.
Poplin, William Chatham County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. John Welch, attached to Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). POW at the battle of Briar Creek, GA. Forced to join the British Army to keep from starving to death, escaped and returned home. Born in February of 1749 in what became Chatham County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Porch, Henry Bute County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Allen and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe (1st NC Regiment), Capt. William Bush, Capt. William Walton. Discharged on 6/2/1782. aka Henry Porks. W9234. Briar Creek (GA).
Porch, James 1st NC Regiment 1778 11/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 12 months.
Porter, Alexander 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Robert Irwin and Col. Thomas Polk. From Mecklenburg County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Porter, Charles 1st NC Regiment 1780 1781 Aug. or Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Verner.  Stationed at Halifax, NC making stuff for Col. Nicholas Long.  Captured by British, paroled.  Enlisted in Edgecombe County, NC, where he was born in 1745.  S7327. Halifax.
Porter, Jacob Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Porter, James 3rd NC Regiment 1779 5/24/1779, a Private under Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.
Porter, James NC Light Dragoons 1781 First in PA units. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Bell and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Lived in Guilford County. Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Porter, Joshua 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Porter, Reese Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Forbis and Lt. Col. James Martin. 1776, also a Lieutenant. aka Rice Porter. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Porter, Samuel Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Andrew Wilson and Col. John Peasley.
Porter, Shadrach Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, too late, turned around.
Porter, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John Brown.  Died on 3/5/1778.
Porter, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Porter, William Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Arthur Forbis and Col. James Martin. 1781, a Private under Capt. John McAdow and Col. John Peasley. Guarded the baggage during the battles of Guilford Court House and Hobkirk's Hill, SC. Born on 1/10/1759.
Porter, William Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, too late, turned around.
Porterfield, Denny Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Council. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Porterfield, John Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 Aug. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Jamieson and Lt. Col. James Thackston (a Continental officer) guarding the town of Hillsborough. Dec. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Nichols, Maj. Archibald Murphy, and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. July 1781, a Private under Capt. James Wilson, then under Capt. Nathaniel Dickerson (Caswell County Regiment), both under Col. Joseph Taylor (Granville County Regiment). Born on 2/14/1763 in Orange County, NC. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Portiss, Hardy 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.  4/23/1779, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.  aka Hardy Porthis.
Portiss, Lewis 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Discharged on 5/25/1782 (1st NC Regiment).
Portlock, Caleb 7th NC Regiment 1777 9/1/1777, a Private under Capt. John Poynter.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).
Portress, John 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Pinketham Eaton.  Died on 5/1/1778.
Poston, John Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
Poston, John Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Work and Col. Francis Locke. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. His widow asserts he was in the battle of Cowpens, SC, Captain not named. Probably the same man as directly above (different sources). Cowpens (SC).
Poston, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
Potter, Abram Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Armstrong and Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis, attached to Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County Regiment). 1781, a Private, Captain not named. Born 1745 in Bladen (what would become Anson then Rowan) County, NC. Hanging Rock (SC), Camden (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Potter, Daniel 1st NC Regiment 1776 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Potter, Daniel 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.  A Corporal in Nov. 1777.  A Sergeant in May 1778.  Discharged on 3/21/1779.
Potter, Edward 2nd NC Regiment 1781 6/3/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  POW at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on 9/8/1781. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Potter, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 4/27/1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Granbury for 2-1/2 years.  Discharged in Oct. 1778.
Potter, John Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Henry Taylor and Col. James Darnell.
Potter, Peleg 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Potter, Samuel 8th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Died in Sep. 1777.
Potter, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/18/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.
Potter, William Franklin County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Ransom, attached to Lt. Col. John Lowry and Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment). In  Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, also a Corporal. Born in 1750 in Lunenburg County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Potter, William Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Kings Mountain (SC).
Potts, James Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. James Purviance and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private, Captain not named. Wounded at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. Brother of William Potts below. Born on 3/11/1754 in Rowan County, NC. Ramseur's Mill.
Potts, James Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 10, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham. Possibly the same man as directly above (different sources).
Potts, John Tryon County Regiment 17777 Nov. 15 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Potts, Stringer Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy.
Potts, William NC Light Dragoons 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. James Hall and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Lived in Rowan County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Purviance and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, in SC unit. Brother of James Potts above. Born on 6/11/1759 in Lancaster County, PA.
Pouge, John Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Pough, Stephen 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1782 Sep. 1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall for the duration of the war.  Deserted on 12/10/1782.
Poulston, Jonas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 10/1/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Pound, Samuel 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. John Macon.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Pounds, Samuel 1779 1781 A Private, units and dates unknown. POW at the battle of Briar Creek, GA. Wounded at the Siege of Augusta, GA. Born in Halifax County, NC. Later lived and married in Anson County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA).
Powell, Abner Warren County Regiment 1781 First in VA units. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Christmas, then under Capt. Stephen Mabry, both under Col. Herbert Haynes. Born on 7/25/1744 in Amelia County, VA. Guilford Court House.
Powell, Absalom Bladen County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Amis and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1776, also a Sergeant and an Ensign. 1778, a Captain. From what became Columbus County. Born on 3/19/1752 in Johnston County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Powell, Brittain Duplin County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Stallings. 1780, a Private under Capt. Frederick Wells. 1781, a Private under Capt. Aaron Williams. 1781, also a Sergeant some of the time. All service under Col. James Kenan. aka Briton Powel, Britain Powell.
Powell, Charles Hertford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Stevens and Col. Matthias Brickell, Jr. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Carter and Col. George Wynns. Born on 3/12/1758 in what became Hertford County, NC.
Powell, Elijah Nash County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Howell Ellen and Col. James Clinch. 1780, a Private under a Capt. Brickell (Halifax County Regiment), Lt. Col. Isaac Sessoms (Edgecombe County Regiment), and Col. James Allen (Halifax County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. William Ferrell and Maj. Bry Ferrell (Franklin County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Guilford Court House. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Howell Ellen and Col. James Clinch. Guilford Court House.
Powell, Exum 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 5/2/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).  From Hertford County, NC.  aka Axom Powell.
Powell, George 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 4/25/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Powell, George Halifax County Regiment 1780 1781 Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. Jesse Dixon and Lt. Col. John Branch, in the Charlotte and Salisbury area, no known battles/ skirmishes. 1781, a Wagoner under Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG).
Powell, Hardy Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, drafted, unit unknown.
Powell, Henry Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander. 
Powell, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.  From what is now Warren County, NC.  W17472. Briar Creek (GA).
Powell, Jesse 1st NC Regiment 1777 2/14/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.
Powell, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1778 4/16/1776, a Corporal under Capt. Jacob Turner.  A Private in June 1778.  Discharged in Oct. 1778.  From Warren County, NC.  W17471.
Powell, John Duplin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Whitehead, then under a Capt. Middleton, then under Capt. James Gillespie, all under Col. James Kenan.
Powell, Joseph 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford.
Powell, Lewis 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  Deserted on 6/10/1783 (?). Very likely the same man as directly below (different sources).
Powell, Lewis Duplin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Ralph Regan, then under Capt. William Moore, both under Col. Thomas Brown. 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Hawthorne and Col. Thomas Owen. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Regan and Col. Thomas Brown. 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Blount, then under Capt. William Starling, both under Col. Thomas Owen. Born on 8/1/1750 in Bladen County, NC.
Powell, Lewis Franklin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Julius Alford, attached to Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). 11/25/1780, a Private under Capt. William Lytle (1st NC Regiment). 1781, at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Capt. Edward Yarborough (3rd NC Regiment). Dropped from the Continental rolls sometime during 1781. W4055. Guilford Court House, Siege of Augusta (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Powell, Reston Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. One pay voucher.
Powell, Robert Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Trent and Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Matthew McCullers (Johnston County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). One source asserts he was in the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC, Captain not named.
Powell, Stephen 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  Died on 5/18/1783. 
Powell, Stephen Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Powell, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 1779 8/31/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  A Corporal on 6/1/1779.
Powell, William 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 8/9/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Powell, William 3rd NC Regiment 1782 2/4/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.  From Orange County, NC.  S21427.
Powell, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 1782 10/5/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment) assigned to the QM General's Department in Halifax, NC under Col. Nicholas Long.  Discharged on 3/29/1782.  From Halifax County, NC.  R8392.
Powell, William 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Powell, William Anson County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Childs and Col. Thomas Wade. 1779, in Montgomery County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Childs and Col. William Lofton. Born on 1/11/1754 in Queen Anne's County, MD.
Powell, William Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Powell, William Warren County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Christmas and Col. Herbert Haynes. 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Jones and Col. Exum Lewis (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Turner and Lt. Col. William Jones (Dobbs County Regiment). Born on 5/12/1760 in Prince Edward County, VA.
Powell, Willis Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Power, Andrew Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Powers, Absalom 1st NC Regiment 1781 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Powers, Bradley Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Cage and Lt. Col. John Luttrell. 1780, also a Private under Capt. James Garner and Col. Caleb Phifer (Mecklenburg County Regiment). 1780, also a Sergeant. Born in 1750 in VA.
Powers, Charles Bladen County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Daniel Shipman and Col. Thomas Brown. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Willis and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. While driving cattle to SC in early '82, in a skirmish with British, wounded. Lived in what is now Columbus County. Born on 7/25/1762 in Duplin (what became Sampson) County, NC.
Powers, David 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. William Fenner.  Died on 5/3/1778.
Powers, Ephraim 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 Was a Sergeant. 1780, a Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum in the newly-created 2nd NC Regiment of Militia. Detached to guard two wagons taking arms to Cheraw Hills during the battle of Camden, SC. Lived in Pitt County. 1781, a Private under Capt. George Faulkner and Col. John Simpson. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. William Reaves and Maj. William Sheppard (Dobbs County Regiment), attached to Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on 2/11/1757 in Beaufort (what became Pitt) County, NC.
Powers, Henry Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Leak and Col. James Martin. Jan. 1781, a Private under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment), Captain not named. Wounded at the battle of Cowpens, SC. March 1781, also a Private under Lt. Col. William Washington (VA), Captain not named. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Powers, James 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall for 12 months.  Discharged on 7/10/1782 (2nd NC Regiment) at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  Enlisted in Currituck County, NC.  S38315.
Powers, Jesse 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/12/1781 Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 5/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Powers, Jesse 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. William Brinkley and then Capt. John Pitts, both under Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Halifax County.
Powers, Jesse Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, too late, turned around.
Powers, John Anson County Regiment 1776 2/9/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Harris. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Powers, Moses 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Smith, then Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 4/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  S41963. Siege of Augusta (GA), Raid on John's Island (SC).
Powers, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 5/13/1777, a Private, unit unknown, enlisted for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Maj. John Baptiste Ashe.  Discharged on 11/30/1778.  On some rolls as William Power.
Powers, William 5th NC Regiment 1779 June 1779, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.
Powers, William 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 June 1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Discharged on 8/1/1779.
Poyner, Peter 10th NC Regiment 1777 1779 5/9/1777, a Private under Capt. John Jarvis.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  Dropped from the rolls in Nov. 1779.  aka Peter Pyner.
Poyner, Thomas Currituck County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. Dennis Dauge and Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1779, a Captain.
Prather, Thomas Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. Served in other tours, details undecipherable. Born on 3/26/1756 in Prince George County, MD. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Prather, William Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Shepherd and Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pratt, Henry Guilford County Regiment 1781 11/10/1781 to 12/7/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley to guard the General Assembly.
Pratt, James Guilford County Regiment 1781 8/20/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. James Martin to go after delinquents and deserters.
Pratt, John Guilford County Regiment 1781 11/10/1781 to 12/7/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley to guard the General Assembly.
Pratt, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard, then Capt. James Mills.  Discharged on 5/28/1782 (4th NC Regiment) at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  From Guilford (what would become Rockingham) County, NC.  W1075.
Pratt, William Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pratt, William Guilford County Regiment 1781 11/10/1781 to 12/7/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley to guard the General Assembly.
Pratt, Zebulon 10th NC Regiment 1777 1780 5/6/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  Discharged 3/27/1780 at Charleston, SC.  S41969.
Prescott, Aaron 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Micajah Lewis.  Died on 11/4/1777.
Prescott, Charles 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Micajah Lewis.  Died on 8/15/1777.
Prescott, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 4/21/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  Died on 3/20/1778 from his smallpox inoculation. Col. Abraham Sheppard wrote on 4/7/1778 that he was a Sergeant when he died.
Prescott, Willoughby 6th NC Regiment 1776 1780 May 1776, a Private under Capt. George Mitchell, then Capt. Thomas Donoho for three years.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled, but not exchanged until near the end of the war.  Enlisted in Onslow County, NC.  aka Willobey Prescote.  S41966. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Presley, Andrew Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. John Randleman and Maj. George Henry Barrier. 1781, a Private under Capt. George Dowell, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born in 1754 in Rowan County, NC. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Presley, John Anson County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Drury Ledbetter, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. Lived in Mecklenburg County. May 1780, a Private under apt. Charles McKee and Col. Robert Irwin. Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. Jeremiah Wilson and Col. Robert Irwin. Hanging Rock (SC).
Presnell, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Knight and Col. Andrew Balfour. Born on 1/1/1751 in VA.
Prewit, Micajah 1778 1779 1778-1778, a Private in the New Levies for nine months. Discharge signed by Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle on 8/1/1779.
Prewit, Zachariah Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 First in VA units. Moved to Sullivan County, NC. Nov. 1780, a Private under Lt. Col. Joseph Martin, no Captain. Sep. 1781, a Private under Moses Cavett and Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment). Sep. 1782, a Private under Capt. George Russell and Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment). Born in 1758 in MD. aka Zachariah Pruett. Boyd's Creek (TN), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Prewitt, Joshua 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 6/1/1776, a Private under Capt. John Nelson for three years.  6/1/1778, a known Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 6/1/1779 at West Point, NY.  aka Joshua Prewet, Joshua Pruett.  S39027.
Prewitt, Ransom 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 6/1/1776, a Private under Capt. John Nelson for three years.  6/1/1778, a known Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 6/1/1779 at West Point, NY.  aka Ransom Prewet, Ransom Pruett.  S39029. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Price, Benjamin Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Price, Benjamin New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Price, Edward 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Walton.  Discharged on 7/1/1782.  From Johnston County, NC.  W4769.
Price, Elijah 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Price, Enoch Dobbs County Regiment 1780 5/26/1780, a known Private under Capt. William Speight and Col. James Glasgow.
Price, Ephraim Northampton County Regiment 1777 First in VA units. 1777, a Private under Capt. John Power, attached to Lt. Col. Joseph Hawkins (?) (Bute County Regiment). Born in 1762 in Dinwiddie County, VA.
Price, Humphrey 6th NC Regiment 1777 Aug. 1777, hired by George Baker to finish his term of service under Capt. George Dougherty.  6/1/1778, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.  Discharged by Maj. John Armstrong.
Price, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.
Price, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 7/25/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  Taken away by his master on 4/12/1778.  aka Joseph Price.
Price, John Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Price, John New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Price, Lewis 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/25/1782.
Price, Matthew 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Price, Micajah 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  Died on 11/15/1777.
Price, Reece 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Thomas Polk. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1776, also a Private under Capt. James Jack and Col. Adam Alexander. Born on 11/28/1751 in Bedford County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Price, Richard Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Two pay vouchers. Born c. 1755. Two brothers, Joseph and Samuel, also served in the war.
Price, Royal Johnston County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Giles and Col. John Smith. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Bryant and Col. John Smith.
Price, Samuel 9th NC Regiment 1777 11/15/1777, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Price, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Williams.  Died on 1/2/1778.  Another source claims this man's name was Thomas Pierce - so he's listed above under that name as well.
Price, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/18/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.
Price, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Smith, then under Capt. John Rayford, both under Col. Benjamin Exum. Sick during the battle of Camden, SC. Captured by Loyalists, robbed, paroled, released. Lived in Johnston County. Born in 1763 in St. Mary's County, MD.
Price, Thomas Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Price, Thomas Martin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Smithwick and Col. Thomas Wiggins. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Bryant, then under Capt. James Evans, both under Col. Whitmell Hill. Born on 12/14/1756 in what became Martin County, NC. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Guilford Court House.
Price, Thomas Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Price, Sr. (his father), attached to Maj. Jonathan Tipton (Washington County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Price, Sr. and Col. Andrew Hampton. 1781, a Private under Capt. Moses Shelby (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Born in 1766. Musgrove's Mill (SC), Blackstocks (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA).
Price, Vincent Bladen County Regiment 1778 1778, a Private under Capt. William Ellis and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.
Price, William 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot.
Price, William 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months. 
Price, William Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Bryant, then under Capt. James Ballard, both under Col. Whitmell Hill. Born on 2/14/1762 in what became Martin County, NC. Guilford Court House.
Price, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Capt. Robert Irwin and Col. Thomas Polk. 1778, a Wagoner. 1780, a Private under Capt. Patrick Knox and Maj. Robert Wilson. Sep. 1780, a Private under Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District, Captain not named. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Barber and Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Born on 3/13/1757 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Wahab's Plantation (SC).
Price, William Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Hardin Perkins and Col. William O'Neal.
Price, William Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private uner Capt. Thomas Price (his father), Maj. James White, Maj. Jonathan Tipton (Washington County Regiment), and Col. Andrew Hampton. 1781, a Private under Capt. Moses Shelby (Mecklenburg County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. John McClain and Col. Andrew Hampton. Born on 12/19/1762 in what became York County, SC. Prince's Fort (SC), Musgrove's Mill (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Blackstocks (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA).
Price, William H. Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John White and Maj. Agrippa Nichols. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Alston and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. Transferred to Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment) just before the battle of Guilford Court House, Captain not named. Born on 3/31/1755 in Caroline County, VA. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Prichard, Edward 4th NC Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. James Williams. 3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment). Lived in Wake County, moved to Chatham County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Johnson and Col. Ambrose Ramey. At the battles of Kings Mountain, SC and Eutaw Springs, SC under unnamed officers. aka Edward Pritchett, Edward Prichet. W8536. Brandywine Creek (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Prichard, James Burke County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private, unit unknown.
Prichard, Thomas Orange County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Abraham Allen, attached to Maj. William Gholson (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Jones and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born on 9/24/1761 in Sussex County, VA. Kirk's Farm, Lindley's Mill.
Prichard, William Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Hardin and Col. Joseph Williams. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Underwood, then under Capt. David Humphreys, both under Col. Joseph Williams. Born in 1761 in what became Wake County. aka William Pritchard.
Prichel, John 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Granbury.  Dropped from the rolls on 9/7/1777.
Pride, Burton Caswell County Regiment 1778 First a VA Continental. 1778, a Private under Capt. ?, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Born in 1758 in PA.
Pridgeon, Francis 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 12/1/1781, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.  Discharged Dec. 1782 (4th NC Regiment).  From Bladen County, NC when he enlisted.  Born on 12/15/1760 in Duplin County, what is now Sampson County, NC.  aka Francis Pridgen, Francis Pridgion.  W6880.
Pridgen, Fred Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pridgen, Matthew Duplin County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. One pay voucher.
Pridgen, William Duplin County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Richard Clinton and Col. James Kenan. 1776, also a Private under Capt. John Moulton and Col. James Kenan. Then, under Col. Henry Young (New Hanover County Regiment). Served until 1781, all Captains not named. On most rolls as William Pridgeon. Born on 6/27/1732 in what became Halifax County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pridgion, Thomas 8th NC Regiment 1778 1778 A Corporal under Capt. Robert Raiford.  A Private in Feb. 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Died in Oct. 1778.  aka Thomas Pridgen.
Priest, William 3rd NC Regiment 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Primm, Abraham Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Hunt (resigned), then under Capt. Jeter, both attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Killed at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC. From what became Franklin County. Stono Ferry (SC).
Primm, James 4th NC Regiment 1778 1781 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt. Kadar Parker for nine months.  Might have been a Corporal. Lived in Bute/Franklin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Richards and Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Daniel Harris, attached to Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). Born on 12/25/1755. aka James Prim. Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House.
Primus Rowan County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Waiter under Capt. Thomas Carson and Col. Francis Locke. He and Capt. Carson captured and taken to Camden, SC, then paroled. Other tours, Captains not named. 1780, captured at the battle of Camden, SC, retaken by Col. Francis Marion (SC). At the batle of Kings Mountain, SC under Col. James Wiliams (SC). A free man of color. aka Primes. Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC), Yorktown (VA) (?).
Prince, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Johnson and Col. Ambrose Ramsey (got sick), then attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Soon promoted to Sergeant. 1781, a Private under Capt. Wiliam Gholson and Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Born on 10/3/1744 in Prince George County, VA.
Prior, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Prise, Samuel 6th NC Regiment 1777 10/4/1777, a Private under Ensign Joseph Richardson.
Pritchard, Jesse 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Pritchett, Joshua 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.
Privat, Peter 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 4/1/1782.
Privat, William 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.  aka William Prival.
Private, Miles 5th NC Regiment 1776 11/15/1776, a Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  aka Miles Privett.
Privit, John 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon, then Capt. Joshua Hadley, then Capt. Benjamin Bailey (3rd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 5/26/1782 at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  aka John Prebit.  S41968.
Proctor, Aaron 3rd NC Regiment 1782 2/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.
Proctor, Francis 1st NC Regiment 1782 Dec. 1782, a Private under Capt. Peter Bacot for 12 months.
Proctor, Joshua 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Dropped from the rolls in March 1778.  aka Joshua Procter.
Procter, Micajah Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Proctor, William 3rd NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.
Proctor, William 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/15/1776, a Private under Capt. Reading Blount.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Proffit, William Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Wagoner under Capt. Robert Cleveland and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, a Wagoner under Capt. William Lenoir and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Served as a Wagoner, a Private, and a Cook from 1779-1781. His widow asserts he was at the battles of Kings Mountain (SC)  and Cowpens (SC), not sure if he was a Wagoner or a soldier. She also asserts he was a Private at Eutaw Springs (SC), Captain unknown. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Proudfoot, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 5/28/1777, a Private under Capt. William Temple Coles for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.  aka John Proudford.
Provott, Peter Caswell County Regiment 1782 5/24/1782, a known Private, unit unknown.
Prozer, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
Pruett, Archibald Orange County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Capt. John Doswell and Col. John Hogan. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Wallace (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Owen (Guilford County Regiment). His pension statements are very confusing, most names are unrecognizable. Born on 12/25/1752. Guilford Court House.
Pruitt, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1778, a Private under Capt. Larkin Cleveland, then under Capt. William Nall, both uner Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Served longer, Captains not named. Born on 7/16/1754 in Pittsylvania County, VA. aka Joseph Pruett, Joseph Prewitt. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Pruitt, Martin Washington County Regiment 1778 1780 1778, a Spy under Capt. William Campbell and Col. John Carter. 1780, a Spy under Capt. William Edmondson and Col. John Sevier. Born on 7/15/1752. Kings Mountain (SC).
Pruitt, Samuel Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Bethell and Col. James Martin. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Nelson. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Abraham Phillips and Col. James Martin. Lived in what became Rockingham County. Born in 1751 in James City County, VA. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Pryor, Matthew Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Douglas, attached to Col. James Williams (SC). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Charles Yancey and Col. Joseph Taylor (Granville County Regiment). Born on 3/15/1759 in Granville County, NC. Kings Mountain (SC).
Pucket, Solomon 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 6/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Deserted on 8/1/1781.
Pudney, Jeremiah 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Deserted on 6/11/1782.
Pugh, Arthur 1st NC Regiment 1778 2/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum - sick at Valley Forge on that date.  aka Arthur Pew.
Pugh, David DQMG 1780 1780, a Saddler on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Leather Worker under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General), making saddles, harnesses, caps, etc.
Pugh, John Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Pugh, John Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, served under Capt. William Murray, detached to support march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Pugh, Shadrack Bertie County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under a Capt. Johnson and Col. Thomas Pugh. 8/15/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. William Walton (1st NC Regiment). R8514.
Pullam, Thomas Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Pulley, Isom 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/5/1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Granbury for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged in Oct. 1778.
Pulley, James 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/12/1776, a Musician under Capt. Thomas Granbury for 2-1/2 years.  A Private in June 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/12/1778.
Pullum, Benjamin NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood. From Wake County.
Pully, Wasdon 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Pumphrey, Henry Wilkes County Regiment 1781 First in GA unit. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Kees and Col. Benjamin Herndon. 
Punal, Abraham 3rd NC Regiment 1778 11/5/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford.
Purdum, Hezekiah Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, served under Capt. William Murray, detached to support march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Purdy, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/24/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  aka James Purdie.
Purnell, John Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Purse, William NC Artillery 1780 1780 Served under Capt. John Kingsbury.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, retained for fifteen months.  Earlier in SC unit.  S18171. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Purselly, William Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Maj. Jonathan Tipton and Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private, unit unknown. His widow asserts he was not at the battle of Cowpens, SC, but one witness asserted he was at that battle, Captain not named. Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House.
Purser, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander. 
Purser, Joseph 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Purviance, Joseph Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780, two tours as a Private under Capt. James White and Col. George Alexander. 1780, a Private under Capt. John White and Col. Caleb Phifer. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Stephen Alexander, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Born on 12/24/1764 in Lancaster County, PA. Guilford Court House.
Purvis, Henry Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, volunteered under Capt. Joshua Davis and Col. James Glasgow.
Purvis, James NC State Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Scott Cray and Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment (State Troops). Lived in Pitt County. Moved to Martin County. 1780, a Private under a Capt. Williams and Col. Samuel Jarvis in the newly-created 1st NC Regiment of Militia. 1782, a Private under Capt. Thomas Evans (4th NC Regiment) for 18 months. Deserted on 6/21/1783 (?). R8529. Camden (SC).
Purvis, Lewis Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Purvis, Tilberias 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Gates County.
Purvis, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Putnell, Joshua Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Pyland, Peter 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/17/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.
Pyot, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. William Fenner.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Pyron, William Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Lived in Orange County. 1779, a Private under Capt. John Nelson and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. He says he was at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC, then later says he was sick during that battle. Also a wagon-maker at the Public Shops near Hillsborough, dates unknown. Born in 1756 or 1757 in either Hanover or Henrico County, VA. aka William Pyrant.


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