The American Revolution in North Carolina

The Privates, Horsemen, Fifers, Drummers, etc. - Last Names Beginning with "T"
Private, Etc. First Unit Served In As a Private From To Notes Known Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Tabor, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Gray, attached to Lt. Col. John Earle (Rutherford County Regiment). Lived in Rutherford County. In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. aka John Taber. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Tabor, Joshua 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
Tabor, 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.
Tabor, William Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Irvin and Col. Charles McDowell. Late 1780, moved to Rutherford County. 1781, an Ensign and a Lieutenant. Born on 1/4/1761 in Orange County, NC. Cowpens (SC).
Taborn, Joel 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1783 1776, served under Lt./Capt. Manlove Tarrant as a "servant."  6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho (1st NC Regiment).  Jan. 1782, re-enlisted for the duration of the war.  A free man of color from Nash County, later in Northampton County, NC.  aka Joel Taburn, Joel Tabourn.  S42037. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tabourne, Burrell 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/5/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 4/5/1782 (4th NC Regiment).  From Nash County, NC.  S7694.
Taburn, William 6th NC Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Saunders, Lt. Col. William Taylor, traded his wagon and team of horses to tend the crops of another man. From Granville County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Richard Taylor and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months. 1781, a Private under Capt. Jones Fuller, then Capt. Shadrack Parish, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Hargrove Searcey and Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Waller. On the official rolls as William Tayburn. aka William Taborn. A free man of color. W18115. Briar Creek (GA), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Tailor, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  Deserted on 7/25/1777.
Talbert, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Talbie, William 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.
Tally, James 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). aka James Talley.
Talton, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 9/13/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Talton, James 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Talton, Josiah 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/1/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 6/1/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Talton, William 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Tamer, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tankesley, William 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1781 5/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon for 12 months.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781. Either re-enlisted - received clothing on 5/24/1782 - or was given his last set of clothing upon discharge. From Caswell County. aka William Tanksly.
Tann, Drewry 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  From Wake County, NC.  A free man of color.  aka Drewry Tan.  S19484.
Tann, Ephraim 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Tann, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1779.
Tanner, Jenning 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Tanner, Samuel Northampton County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Hardin Pace and Lt. Col. Jeptha Eatherton. He claims this unit was too late for the battle of Briar Creek, GA, but many others in the same unit claim they were, indeed, in said battle.
Tapley, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/26/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Tapp, George 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  Discharged on 12/10/1778.
Tarbarra, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Tareer, James Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tareer, John Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tareer, Thomas Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tarlton, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1782 4/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones.  Deserted on 9/1/1782 (1st NC Regiment).
Tarlton, Josiah 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/13/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.
Tarlton, William 5th NC Regiment 1776 1777 5/4/1776, a Private under Capt. William Ward, enlisted for 12 months - served 20 months, being retained until Xmas of 1777.  4/30/1777, under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  From Johnston County, NC, where he enlisted.  S7693. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Tarr, Melcher Rowan County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. David Cowan. At the battle of Briar Creek, GA under Col. Francis Locke, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). At the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Francis Locke. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC).
Tart, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Reading Blount for nine months.  From Bertie County, NC.  S7676.
Tarter, Peter Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Mooney and Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright. 1781, in VA units. Born on 3/10/1763 in PA.
Tarver, Harman Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tarver, Samuel 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes for 18 months.  Discharged in 1782 at Charleston, SC.  W11594.
Tate, James NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Lived in Wake County.
Tate, Thomas Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. John Williams and Col. James Thackston. Lived in Orange County. 1778, a Private under Capt. Eli McDaniel and Col. Alexander Mebane. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Jones, then under Capt. James Trousdale, both under Col. William O'Neal. 1781, a Private under Capt. John McClary and Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Moore's Creek Bridge, Haw River.
Tate, William NC Light Dragoons 1776 1778 April 1776, a trooper in the 3rd Company of Light Horse under Capt. James Jones then Capt. Cosmo Medici for 2-1/2 years. This unit was placed on the Continental Line on 3/7/1777 until Jan. 1779. His term expired on 12/9/1778 and he was discharged.  Lived in Wake County. S3751.
Tatom, John Orange County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Tatom, William Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under a Capt. Dixon and Col. William O'Neal. Several other tours, Captain(s) not named. Born on 1/11/1760 in Spotsylvania County, VA.
Tatum, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1779 5/24/1777, a Private under Capt. Lemuel Ely.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  Later in NC Militia, unit and dates unknown.  Enlisted in Granville County, NC.  W999. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Tatum, Joshua Duplin County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Daniel Williams and Col. James Kenan. From what became Sampson County. Born in 1756 or 1757 in Halifax County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Taunt, Jesse 10th NC Regiment 1777 4/26/1777, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).
Taunt, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 1781 4/15/1777, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron.  A Fifer in June 1778 under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, held for 13 months and exchanged in Jamestown, VA.  Discharged at Richmond, VA.  From Craven County, NC.  S42036. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Taunt, William 10th NC Regiment 1778 4/26/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. Armwell Herron.  A Private in June 1778 under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).
Tayburn, Allen 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker.  Deserted three days later on 7/23/1778.
Taylor, Aaron 10th NC Regiment 1778 4/1/1778, a Musician under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.
Taylor, Aaron Bladen County Regiment 1781 1782 1781 and 1782, a Private under Capt. John Hawthorne and Col. Thomas Owen. Born in 1764 in Bladen (what became Robeson) County, NC.
Taylor, Abel 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Taylor, Abraham 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.
Taylor, Abraham 3rd NC Regiment 1782 3/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.
Taylor, Abraham 5th NC Regiment 1777 3/27/1777, a Private under Capt. William Caswell for 3 years.
Taylor, Andrew Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. David McNabb, then under Capt. Christopher Taylor, both under Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private under Capt. Abraham Denton and Col. John Sevier. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Taylor, Benjamin Lincoln County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Ephraim Perkins and Col. Joseph Dickson. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter (2nd NC Regiment), then under Capt. Clement Hall (3rd NC Regiment) for 12 months. Discharged on 11/1/1782. S16000. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Taylor, Benjamin Brunswick County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Thomas Sessions and Col. Edward Wingate. 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter McLammy and Col. Henry Young (New Hanover County Regiment). Stationed at Topsail Sound, then at Wilmington.
Taylor, Benjamin Martin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Hunter and Col. Thomas Wiggins. Lived in Edgecombe County. 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Bell and Col. Benjamin Exum in the newly-created 2nd NC Regiment of Militia. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Bell, attached to Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). Born in 1763 in Edgecombe County, NC. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Taylor, Caleb 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1779 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1779.
Taylor, Charles Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Taylor, Christopher Washington District Regiment 1776 1777 1776, a Private under Capt. Gilbert Christian, attached to Col. William Christian (VA). Probably considered a VA unit. Sick during the Cherokee Expedition, left behind. 1777, a Lieutenant. 1778, a Captain. Born in 1746 in Bedford County, VA.
Taylor, Daniel Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, Edmund Anson County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. James Fletcher and Col. Thomas Wade. 1782, a Private under Capt. John Randle and Col. Thomas Wade. Born in 1758 in Anson County, NC.
Taylor, Edmund NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Taylor (his brother) and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Granville County. Ramsey's Mill, Stewart's Creek #1.
Taylor, Edward Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John McAdow and Col. John Peasley. Brother of William Taylor below.
Taylor, Elias 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 7/25/1777, a Musician under Capt. Armwell Herron.  A Private in June 1778.  Deserted on 8/25/1778.
Taylor, Elias NC State Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron and Col. Benjamin Williams. Lived in Jones County. Hired as a substitute for William Green to finish up his tour.
Taylor, Elijah Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Graham, attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, a Private under Capt. Galbraith Falls, attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Nash (Wilkes County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County Regiment) and Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). POW at the battle of Camden, SC, escaped after being held for 29 days. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Simmons and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the  Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on 5/8/1754 in Craven County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Camden (SC).
Taylor, Emanuel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 8/14/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Taylor, Hudson Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Gholson and Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1781, a Private under Capt. Nicholas Nall and Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1781, also a Private under Maj. William Gholson and Col. John Luttrell. Born in 1762 in Halifax County, NC. aka Hudtson Taylor. Lindley's Mill, Brush Creek.
Taylor, Isaac Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 First in SC units. Moved to NC in 1780. 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Alexander, attached to SC Col. William Hill.
Taylor, Isaac Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Sevier and Col. John Sevier. 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Trimble and Lt. Col. Charles Robertson. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Landon Carter and Col. John Sevier. 1781, an Ensign. Born on 3/7/1757. Thicketty Fort (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Taylor, Jacob 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Taylor, Jacob Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Taylor and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, Jacob Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Taylor, James 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.
Taylor, James 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Taylor, James Jr. 5th NC Regiment 1777 3/27/1777, a Private under Capt. William Caswell for 3 years.
Taylor, James Sr. 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. William Caswell.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Taylor, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, James Surry County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Salathiel Martin, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Gibson Wooldridge and Col. Joseph Williams. 1780, also a Captain for a short duration. 1781, an Ensign. Born on 1/30/1760 in Culpeper County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Shallow Ford.
Taylor, Jasper Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, Jesse 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 3/1/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.
Taylor, Jesse 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/5/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  Died on 3/20/1778.  aka Jese Talor.
Taylor, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 7/4/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 7/4/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Taylor, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1781 A Private under Capt. James Gee.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles.  From Camden County, NC.  Enlisted at Jonesburgh, NC.  S42038. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Stony Point (NY), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Taylor, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Musician under Capt. Joseph Phillips.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Taylor, John 4th NC Regiment 1781 1783 First under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (?), then soon transferred to Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.  Discharged in the Spring of 1783.  From Craven County, NC.  S7688.
Taylor, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/30/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted in Sep. 1779.
Taylor, John Caswell County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Taylor, 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. Probably the same man as directly below (different sources).
Taylor, John Granville County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Richard Taylor and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months. 1780, a Commissary. 1781, a Captain.
Taylor, John Hertford County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. Abraham Porter and Col. Benjamin Wynns. 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Harrell, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. Born in 1760 in Hertford County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Taylor, John Orange County Regiment 1776 1777 1776, a Wagon Master 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. 1777, a Lieutenant and Paymaster in the NC Continental Line. 1778, back in Militia as a Lieutenant. Also in QM department. 1781, a Captain.
Taylor, John Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, Joseph 5th NC Regiment 1779 A Private under Capt. Reading Blount.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 1/30/1779.
Taylor, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jacob Johnston and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, Joseph 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Taylor, Leroy 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Reuben White and Lt. Col. Christopher Beekman. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, a Captain. Born on 7/25/1758 in Prince William County, VA.
Taylor, Lewis 1st NC Regiment 1781 10/22/1781, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.
Taylor, Lewis NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Taylor (his brother) and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Granville County. Ramsey's Mill, Stewart's Creek #1.
Taylor, Lewis Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Dotson and Col. Joseph Williams. Then in SC units. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Taylor, Richard Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. James Ballard and Col. Whitmell Hill. From Edgecombe County. Guilford Court House.
Taylor, Sampson 1st NC Regiment 1778 11/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for nine months.
Taylor, Samuel DQMG 1780 An Express Rider under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General). 
Taylor, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/5/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Discharged on 6/5/1782.
Taylor, Theophilus Montgomery County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Pond and Lt. Col. Thomas Childs, attached to Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Theodorick Webb and Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). Born in 1759 in VA. Beatti's Bridge.
Taylor, Thomas 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 3/14/1777, a Private under Capt. James Vaughan.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Taylor, Thomas 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.
Taylor, William 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Taylor, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 8/12/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.  1780, a Wagoner under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General). 
Taylor, William Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. Henry Taylor and Col. James Glasgow.
Taylor, William Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Taylor, William Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John McAdow and Col. John Peasley. Brother of Edward Taylor above.
Taylor, William Lincoln County Regiment 1781 First in SC units and SC navy. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Lytle, first attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) (got sick), then attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born in 1759 in SC. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Taylor, William Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Taylor, 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).
Taylor, William Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. James Love and Col. John Alexander Lillington. Lived in Duplin County. 1778, a Private under Capt. John Moulton and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under Capt. Nichola Bowden and Col. James Kenan. Born on 2/10/1757 in Pitt County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tayner, Arthur 2nd NC Regiment 1776 11/15/1776, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock.
Tays, Samuel Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. Johnson Sloan and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Crawford, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC, officers not named. Born in March of 1754 in York County, PA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Teal, Emanuel 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1780 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.  From Pitt County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Hogan and Col. John Simpson. R10440.
Teal, Lodrick Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. John Barrow, attached to Lt. Col. John Lowry (Wayne County Regiment). Born on 10/7/1754 in Beaufort (what became Pitt) County, NC. aka Lodrick Teel.
Team, Adam Burke County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. James Barr and Col. Charles McDowell. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Maxwell and Maj. James White. 1781, in SC unit. Born on 10/3/1760 in PA. aka Adam Teem, Adam Tim. Stono Ferry (SC).
Teaner, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Walton.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Teasly, Silas Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Valentine Sevier, Jr. and Col. John Sevier. Lived in Franklin County when he enlisted, moved to Washington County after this tour. Born on 7/25/1755 in Isle of Wight County, VA. aka Silas Teasley.
Tedder, George Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. Joshua Davis and Col. James Glasgow. aka George Teddon. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tedder, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months. aka Thomas Teder.
Tedder, Thomas 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).
Tedderton, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1779, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron and Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment (State Troops). 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Swift, attached to Lt. Col. Joseph Spruill, Jr. (Tyrrell County Regiment). Marched towards Charleston, SC, learned of the town's surrender at Georgetown, SC, returned to Cross Creek. Moore's Creek Bridge, Stono Ferry (SC).
Tedderton, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Ralph Banks. Stationed on the Santee River just before the Fall of Charleston, retreated with VA Col. Abraham Buford, went separate ways at Camden, SC; his unit went to Cross Creek. Lived in Dobbs County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Tuttle and Col. James Darnell. 1781, also a Private under a Capt. McCarty and Col. James Darnell. aka Thomas Tetterton. Born in Tyrrell County, NC. Webber's Bridge, New Bern #2.
Tedrick, James Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Council. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tedrick, Michael Anson County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. William Hoye and Lt. Col. David Love. 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert High and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. Born on 5/10/1752 at sea - his parents emigrated from Germany. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Telford, Hugh Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Gwinn, attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Lived in Orange County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Edward Gwinn and Col. John Peasley, then under Lt. Col. John Humphreys. Clapp's Mill #1, Brown Marsh.
Tellet, Avery 2nd NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. James Gee.  POW at Ft. Lafayette on 6/1/1779.   Rejoined in Nov. 1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Telph, Josiah 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Earl and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From the Edenton District.
Temple, James Anson County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. James Farr and Lt. Col. David Love. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Drury Ledbetter, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1780, in SC units. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA).
Temples, Frederick Anson County Regiment 1776 2/9/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Harris and Col. Samuel Spencer. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Templeton, Thomas Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
Teneson, Matthew Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Tennison, Absalom 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/22/1782.
Tennison, Matthew 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1783 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.  Deserted on 6/21/1783 (?).
Terrell, Aaron Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Terrell, James 1777 12/15/1777, a Private, unit unknown, enlisted 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 James Terrill.
Terrell, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Terrell, Joseph 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. William Earl and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From the Edenton District.
Terrell, Moses Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. From Chatham County.
Terrell, Richmond 6th NC Regiment A Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee, dates unknown.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  aka Richmond Terryl, Richmond Terrall.
Terrell, Simon 4th NC Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Lt. Col. James Thackston, Captain unknown.  From Chatham County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Douglas and Lt. Col. John Luttrell. 1781, a Lieutenant. Born on 3/27/1755 in Orange County, NC. S32008.
Terry, David 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Terry, Finch 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/6/1780, a Private under Capt. William Earl and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From the Edenton District.
Terry, James Mounted Volunteers 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Snead and Col. Philip Taylor. 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter Bennett and Lt. Col. Drury Smith, sent to the Roanoke River to catch fish for the Army for three months. Born on 8/5/1758 in King William County, VA. Polk's Mill.
Terry, Jasper Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Col. John Sevier. Might have served under Capt. John Clark or Capt. Nathaniel Davis.
Terry, Oliver 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).
Terry, Pompey 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.  Mar. 1783, transferred to ?
Terry, Thomas 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/6/1780, a Private under Capt. William Earl and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From the Edenton District.
Tesley, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 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.  Died on 10/24/1778.
Thackston, Thomas Beaufort County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Edmund McKeel, attached to Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). Lived in Hyde County. Briar Creek (GA).
Thackston, Thomas Caswell County Regiment 1778 1778 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Thackston, Thomas Orange County Regiment A Private for over eighteen months, unit(s) not named by his widow. Possibly the same man as directly above (different sources). aka Thomas Thaxton. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Thackston, William Caswell County Regiment 1779 1782 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. 1781, a Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough (3rd NC Regiment) for 12 months. Discharged on 5/1/1782. Received clothing on 5/24/1782. Guarded the baggage during battle of Eutaw Springs (SC). On the official rolls as William Thexton. aka William Thaxton. R10483. Stono Ferry (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Coourt House.
Tharp, Bishop 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.  Dropped from the rolls in March 1778.
Tharp, Charles 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted on 11/22/1779.
Tharp, Charles Brunswick County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Jacob Leonard and Col. Edward Wingate. 1780, a Private under Maj. Samuel Leonard and Col. Edward Wingate. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas DeVane, Jr. (New Hanover County Regiment), attached to Col. Edward Wingate. Bacon's Inlet.
Tharp, Eleazor 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/1/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Tharp, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 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 Corporal in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.
Tharp, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted on 11/22/1779.
Tharp, Robert Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 1776 1775, a Private under Capt. William Temple Coles and Col. Thomas Wade. Lived in Guilford (what became Randolph) County. 1776, a Private under Capt. John Culpeper and Lt. Col. David Love (Anson County Regiment). 1778, joined a GA unit. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Thatcher, David 2nd NC Regiment 1779 Jan. 1779, a Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten).
Theach, Green 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County. aka Green Thach.
Theach, Joseph 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County.
Themnel, William 1st NC Regiment 1776 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Therrell, Abraham 2nd NC Regiment 1777 7/2/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).
Theston, George Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 10/3/1780, a known Private under Capt. James Thompson. Battle of the Bees.
Theston, Hugh Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 10/3/1780, a known Private under Capt. James Thompson. Battle of the Bees.
Thigpen, Cipher Dobbs County Regiment 1780 5/26/1780, a known Private under Capt. William Speight and Col. James Glasgow
Thigpen, Gilead Wayne County Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Private under Capt. Thomas Shute and Col. John Sheppard. Lived in Dobbs County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Harvey (Edgecombe County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, a Private under Capt. Swan Trouton and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops) for twelve months. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Thigpen, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Benjamin Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thigpen, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Stringer McIlwaine and Col. William Caswell. 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Caswell, then under Capt. William Harper, both under Col. James Glasgow. Born in 1758 in Dobbs County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Thigpen, Traverse Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. William Speight and Col. James Glasgow.
Thom, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. James Martin.  Died on 7/20/1778.  aka Thomas Thow.
Thomas, Aaron Rowan County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Tremain and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Humphreys and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Charles Gordon and Maj./Col. Joel Lewis in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). Born on 1/27/1760 in Orange County, NC. Camden (SC).
Thomas, Amos 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 4/25/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Thomas, Amos 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Discharged at Halifax, NC.  From Bertie County, NC.  S42041.
Thomas, Asa 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/29/1776, a Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  From Wake County, NC. On the official rolls as Ashia Thomas. R10494.
Thomas, Benjamin 9th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Thomas McCrory.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Thomas, Benjamin Guilford County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Hired as a substitute for John Halladay.
Thomas, Caleb 4th NC Regiment 1776 1783 Dec. 1776, a Private under Capt. William Goodman.  5/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy (10th NC Regiment).  A Musician on 1/1/1778.  9/8/1778, a known Musician in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC under Capt. Thomas Callendar.  After being exchanged in August of 1781, a Drummer under Capt. Clement Hall. Back to a Private in Dec. 1782. Discharged in June 1783. BLWt1274-100, S46474. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Thomas, Charles NC Light Dragoons 1781 First in VA unit. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Thomas (his brother) and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Lived in Granville County. Then in VA unit again. Born on 11/26/1764 in Orange County, VA.
Thomas, Daniel Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Thomas, David Bute County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Charles Allen, Lt. Col. Alexander Dick, and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Warren County. 1780, a Private under Capt. John White and Col. Herbert Haynes. Later in a VA unit. Born in 1761 in Dinwiddie County, VA. Briar Creek (GA).
Thomas, Dempsey Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell.
Thomas, Etheldred Franklin County Regiment 1780 1781 Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. Jenkins Devaney, attached to Lt. Col. Henry Hart (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. John Robertson and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Isaac Bledsoe and Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Baron DeGloback and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Nathan Turner and Col. William Brickell. Born on 7/26/1763 in Northampton County, NC. Rugeley's Mill #2, New Garden Meeting House.
Thomas, Evan Craven County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson and Col. John Sitgreaves. Briar Creek (GA).
Thomas, Fisher Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Thomas, Henry Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Purviance, attached to Col. Martin Armstrong (Surry County Regiment). His Captain, Lieutenant, and most of his comrades were detached to support Col. Thomas Sumter (SC) at the battle of Fishing Creek, SC. 1781, a Private under Capt. Abel Armstrong, then under Capt. Thomas Morrison, both attached to Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Hugh Hall, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Born on 3/4/1758 in Rowan County, NC. Camden (SC).
Thomas, Ivey Guilford County Regiment 1781 3/22/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley for one month.
Thomas, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 5/2/1782.
Thomas, James Burke County Regiment 1780 1780, two tours as a Private under Capt. Francis Cunningham and Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. Lived in Rowan County.
Thomas, Joel Guilford County Regiment 1781 3/22/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley for one month.
Thomas, John 1st NC Regiment 1778 11/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for nine months.
Thomas, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 3/3/1777, a Private under Capt. John Armstrong.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.
Thomas, John 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).
Thomas, John 5th NC Regiment 1777 1780 3/3/1777, a Musician under Capt. Reading Blount.  A Private in Dec. 1777.  Then a Private under Capt. Charles Stewart (2nd NC Regiment).  Enlisted in Craven County, NC.  Discharged at Charleston, SC just prior to its Fall in May 1780.  Joined NC Militia, unit unknown - POW at the Fall of Charleston as Militiaman.  S42040. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Stony Point (NY), Monmouth (NJ).
Thomas, Jonathan Caswell County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Edwards and Col. James Saunders. POW at the incident in Hillsborough on 9/12/1781, held three months, then escaped. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Douglas, attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Born on 11/29/1762 in Orange County, NC. Hillsborough.
Thomas, Joseph Surry County Regiment First in VA unit. A Private, unit and dates unknown. Later in SC unit.
Thomas, Josiah Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Thomas, Lemuel 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read.  aka Samuel Thomas.
Thomas, Lewis Guilford County Regiment 1781 3/22/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley for one month.
Thomas, Martin Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Simon Lee, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Thomas, Michael Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Blair and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thomas, Nathan Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Drummer under Capt. Ebenezer Folsome. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thomas, Philemon Guilford County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. John Craig, guarding the NC/VA State Line surveyors. 1780, a QM under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, a Sergeant in the NC Continental Line. 1782, an Ensign in NC Militia. Later, a member of the U.S. Congress from Louisiana. Born on 2/9/1763 in Orange County, VA.
Thomas, Philip 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Philip Taylor.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Thomas, Philip Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thomas, Richard 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 June 1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas White.  Discharged on 6/7/1778.  From Orange County, NC.  S14688.
Thomas, Richard Warren County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John White and Maj. Agrippa Nichols. Hired as a substitute for Henry Wood. Lived in Wake County. Camden (SC).
Thomas, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1778 9/8/1778, a known Wagoner under Capt. James Read.
Thomas, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/19/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 5/19/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Thomas, Samuel Anson County Regiment 1778 1778, a Private under Capt. Patrick Boggan and Col. Thomas Wade. Born on 3/10/1759 in Dinwiddie County, VA.
Thomas, Stephen 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe. Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs (SC). Discharged on 2/1/1782. From Richmond County, NC. S289. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Thomas, Stephen Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Possibly the same man as directly above (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thomas, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/15/1781, a Musician under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 4/15/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Thomas, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/14/1776, a Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Thomas, Thomas 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Fifer under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Bertie County.
Thomas, Thomas Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Thomas, Thomas Warren County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Christmas and Col. Herbert Haynes.
Thomas, William 2nd NC Regiment 1778 June 1778, a Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).
Thomas, William 9th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook.  Died in Aug. 1777.
Thomas, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 Early 1776, a Private under Capt. John Leak and Lt. Col. James Martin. Late 1776, a Private under Capt. John Leak and Col. James Martin. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Ralph Chapman, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer), and in the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named battles. 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley. Born on 1/20/1763 in Culpeper County, VA. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Thomas, William Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Wall and Col. Thomas Crawford.
Thomas, William Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Purviance, detached under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons) to support SC Col. Thomas Sumter at the battle of Fishing Creek, SC. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Purviance, attached to Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard (Burke County Regiment). Born on 9/3/1761 in Rowan County, NC. Fishing Creek (SC), Cowan's Ford.
Thomason, George 1st Battalion of Volunteers 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. Lived in Orange (what became Caswell County), moved to Surry (what became Stokes) County. 1778, a Private under Capt. James Shepherd, attached to Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard (Burke County Regiment). He claims he was not in the action at the battle of Briar Creek, GA, but most of his comrades claimed they were, indeed, in said battle. 1779, a Private under a Capt. James and Col. Joseph Williams, guarding the NC/VA State Line surveyors. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Philips and Maj. Joseph WInston. 1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Humphreys and Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. David Humphreys, attached to Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born in 1763 in Prince Edward County, VA. Kings Mountain (SC).
Thomason, George NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hunter, Jr. and Col. Guilford Dudley. Lived in Wake County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Lt. Col. Hardy Sanders in the NC Light Dragoons. Born in 1749 in Johnston County, NC.
Thomasson, William P. Granville County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Jamieson and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780-1781, a Private, unit(s) not named. Born on 2/4/1763. Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Hanging Rock (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Thomerlinson, James Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Thompkins, Jordan 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.  aka Jordan Thomkins.
Thompkins, Jordan Bute County Regiment 1779 3/1/1779, a known Private under Capt. Robert Temple and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). aka Jordan Tomkins.
Thompson, Absalom Washington District Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Maj. Anthony Bledsoe and Col. William Christian (VA). Probably considered a VA unit. 1777, in Washington County. 1777, a Private under Lt. Col. John Sevier, Captain not named. 1779, a Private under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr., Captain not named. 1780, a Private under Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment), Captain not named. 1781, in GA and SC units. Born on 4/12/1755 in Orange (what became Chatham) County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Thompson, Azariah Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thompson, Bartholemew Currituck County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. James Phillips and Col. Solomon Perkins. 1779, a Private under Sgt. William Thomson and Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter Pouchet and Col. Thomas Harvey (Perquimans County Regiment), assigned as a Life Guard for Acting Gov. Alexander Martin. Briar Creek (GA).
Thompson, Bartholemew Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Kings Mountain (SC).
Thompson, Burwell Granville County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under a Capt. Parsons, attached to Lt. Col. William Moore (Northern Orange County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, but was forced to turn back due to the lack of pack horses and wagons. Then in SC units. Born on 4/4/1759 in Granville County, NC.
Thompson, Charles 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.  Died at New Windsor Hospital.
Thompson, Daniel 4th NC Regiment 1777 1779 2/14/1777, a Musician under Capt. John Nelson for three years.  6/1/1778, a Fifer under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  A Private in Feb. 1779.  Discharged in Feb. 1779.
Thompson, Drewry Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. John Foster and Col. Adam Alexander. Served through 1781, other Captains not named. Born in 1748 in Granville (what became Bute) County, NC. aka Drury Thompson.
Thompson, Drury NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Jordan Harris and Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. Lived in Warren County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Nathan Turner and Col. William Brickell (Franklin County Regiment). aka Drewry Thompson. Guilford Court House.
Thompson, Edward 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Joseph Walker.  Died on 2/3/1778.
Thompson, Evan Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Richmond Pearson and Col. Francis Locke. He claims they met the retreating army at Gates's Defeat, but most of his comrades claimed they were in the battle of Camden, SC. 1781, a Sergeant. Born on 8/27/1763 in Orange County, NC.
Thompson, Frederick Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Meredith and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Benjamin Humphreys and Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. David Humphreys, attached to Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Born on 9/16/1763 in Brunswick County, VA. Colson's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Raft Sawmp, Brick House. 
Thompson, George 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall for 12 months.  Discharged on 1/15/1783.
Thompson, Goodwin 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Died on 8/22/1777.
Thompson, Isaac 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Harden and Lt. Col. Christopher Beekman. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1777, in Burke County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Thomas Lytle and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell and Col. Charles McDowell. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Kennedy and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition. POW at the skirmish known as Chatham County #1, paroled. Thicketty Fort (SC), Chatham County #1.
Thompson, Jacob Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Thompson, James 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under a Capt. Cain and Lt. Col. Charles McDowell, mostly stationed at Cathey's Fort. 1777, in Burke County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Thomas Kennedy and Col. Charles McDowell. 1778, a Private under Capt. Daniel Smith and Col. Charles McDowell. 1779, a Private under Capt. John McDaniel and Col. Charles McDowell, mostly at Templeton's Station. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Camp and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Woods and Maj. Joseph McDowell. 1781, a Private under Maj. Joseph McDowell. Born on 12/18/1763 in PA. Kings Mountain (SC).
Thompson, James Guilford County Regiment 1780 First in MD units. 1780-1781, a Private, unit unknown. Cowpens (SC).
Thompson, James Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Thompson, Jarrell Northampton County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Henry Burns, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat at Cheraw Hills, went to Charlotte. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Kidd (Halifax County Regiment) and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG), as a guard at Halifax Jail. Born in 1762 in Northampton County, NC.
Thompson, Jesse 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/15/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 4/15/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Thompson, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Thompson, John 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 April 1776, a Private under Capt. John Ashe, Jr. for three years.  Enlisted at Hillsborough, NC.  Wounded at battle of Germantown (PA).  Discharged at Trenton, NJ.  Moved to Augusta County VA, joined unit there.  S41239. Germantown (PA).
Thompson, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Williams.  Discharged in Aug. 1777.
Thompson, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. William Temple Coles.  Discharged on 8/10/1777.
Thompson, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
Thompson, John Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Thompson, John Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
Thompson, John Tryon County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Richard Singleton, then under Capt. Peter Sides, both under Col. William Graham. 1779, in Lincoln County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Abraham Kuykendall and Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). 1780, a Sergeant. 1781, a Private under Capt. WIlliam Whiteside and Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). Born in 1752 in Augusta County, VA.
Thompson, John Wake County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, he claims to have been a Private under a Capt. Allen and a Capt. Cates, neither known. 1780, a Captain.
Thompson, John Washington County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Kyle and Col. John Sevier. 1782, a Private under Lt. Col. Joseph Martin, Captain not named. Born on 5/18/1765 in Rowan County, NC. Lookout Moutain (TN).
Thompson, Joseph Orange County Regiment 1776 8/20/1776, a known 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 horse.
Thompson, Michael Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thompson, Nathaniel 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).  POW on 4/14/1779 (?).  aka Nathaniel Thomson.
Thompson, Nicholas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged by Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman in Sep. 1782 (2nd NC Regiment).  R10530A.
Thompson, Richard DQMG 1780 1780, a Wagon Maker on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Wagon Maker under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).
Thompson, Robert DQMG 1780 1780, a Shoemaker on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Shoemaker under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).
Thompson, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1775 Sep. 1775, a Private under Capt. Alfred Moore for six months.  Later in NC Militia.  From Orange County, NC.  W4605.
Thompson, Samuel Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Forbis and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thompson, Samuel NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Thompson, Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor, and Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. Lived in Orange County. Born on 6/23/1750 in Bucks County, PA. Guilford Court House.
Thompson, Samuel Washington County Regiment 1781 1781 First in VA units. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Kyle, attached to Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment). Lived in Sullivan County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Wallace and Col. Isaac Shelby. Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Thompson, Seth Tryon County Regiment 1775 1782 1775, a Private under Capt. James Cook and Col. William Graham, mostly at Ft. McFadden. Lived in what became Rutherford County. Moved to Halifax County during the war. 1781, hired two subsitutes to serve in his place. 1782, a Private under a Capt. Newsom and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG). Born on 1/3/1755 in Brunswick County, VA.
Thompson, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 First in VA units. 1780, a Private under Capt. Daniel Gillespie and Col. James Martin. Taken prisoner while an express rider in March of 1781, exchanged 10/19/1781. Born on 10/2/1759 in what became Guilford County, NC.  
Thompson, Uriah 3rd NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Thompson, William 1st NC Regiment 1778 1781 5/5/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. John Jarvis for three years.  A Private in June 1778 (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. John Baptiste Ashe)(1st NC Regiment) - sick in camp on that date. Lived in Bute County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Cokely and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, a Private under Capt. Edward Hall and Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1779, in Warren County. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Nasworthy and Maj. Agrippa Nichols. 1781, a Private under CApt. John White and Col. Herbert Haynes. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Francis Thornton and Col. Joseph Taylor (Granville County Regiment). Born on 1/24/1760 in Granville (what became Bute then Warren) County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Thompson, William 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/26/1776, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Thompson, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Thompson, William 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Thompson, William 6th NC Regiment 1776 1777 A Private for six months under Capt. Arthur Council.  Then, in NC Militia.  From Chatham County, NC.  S30731.
Thompson, William Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1780 1775, a Private under Capt. Joseph Green, then under Capt. William Fellows, both under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1776, a Private under Capt. George Miller and Col. Richard Caswell in the New Bern District Minutemen. 1779, a Private under Capt. Burwell Mouring, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1779, detached from Capt. Mouring's company, given rank of QM Sergeant, to support Regimental QM Willoughby Williams. Late 1779, in Wayne County. 1780, a Captain. Born 1753 or 1754 in Johnston (what became Dobbs) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge, Stono Ferry (SC).
Thompson, Willis 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 7/12/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr. for three years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  Died in Oct. 1778.
Thompson, Willis Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Thompson, Willoughby 10th NC Regiment 1777 1779 12/12/1777, 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).  Died on 1/12/1779.  aka Willobey Thompson.
Thomson, Andrew 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1778 - said to be transferred - where unknown.
Thomson, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Thomson, Daniel 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.
Thomson, Hudson Northampton County Regiment 1780 1781 1780 and 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Cryer and Col. Jeptha Eatherton. Born on 3/30/1763 in Northampton County, NC.
Thomson, James Duplin County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. William Dickson and Col. James Kenan. He claims this unit was too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, but many comrades claim they, indeed, were in said battle. 1777, a Captain. Feb. 1781, a Private again under Capt. William Dickson and Col. James Kenan. Taken prisoner when Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton marched northward from Wilmington, released after a few days. August 1781, a Lieutenant. Born 1/27/1755 in Duplin County, NC. aka James Thompson.  
Thomson, Thomas 9th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Thomson, Tickle 1st NC Regiment 1778 2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.
Thorne, Thomas Warren County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Christmas and Col. Herbert Haynes.
Thornhill, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1782 1/1/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.
Thornton, Samuel Burke County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell and Col. Charles McDowell. Then in SC units. Born in June of 1755 at Matthew's Bluff, SC. Stono Ferry (SC).
Thorogood, Francis 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1779 A Private under Capt. Charles Allen.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.  A Corporal on 7/15/1779.
Thrash, Felty Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Adam Sanders and Col. William Moore.
Thrash, Jacob Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Josiah Cole, then under Capt. Adam Sanders, both under Col. William Moore. Guilford Court House.
Thrash, Valentine Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Faulkner and Lt. Col. William Moore. Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777, in Caswell County. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Oldham, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. Dudley Reynolds, attached to Col. John Peasley (Guilford County Regiment). Spring of 1781, a Private under Capt. George Oldham and Col. William Moore. Summer 1781, a Private under Capt Adam Sanders and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born in 1749 in Germany. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Haw River, Guilford Court House, Brown Marsh.
Thrasher, John Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1/19/1779, a known Private, unit unknown.
Threat, Frederick 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/5/1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner for 2-1/2 years.  Discharged in Oct. 1778.
Thresher, Isaac Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Hugh Fabush. Born in 1764 at sea. Kings Mountain (SC).
Thrift, Abraham 9th NC Regiment 1777 1/17/1777, a Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment) - sick in camp on that date.  aka Abram Thrift.
Thrift, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Abram Moore and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Moved to Rowan County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Morris and Col. Francis Locke. Born on 1/6/1760 near Petersburg, VA.
Thrift, Miles 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 A Private under Capt. Francis Child.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Died in May 1779.
Thrift, Solomon 9th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook.  Died on 6/15/1778.
Thrift, William 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.
Thrift, 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). Probably the same man as directly above (different sources).
Throp, Adam NC Light Dragoons 1777 1777 Oct.-Dec. 1777, a known Private under Capt. Martin Phifer. Not on any official rolls.
Thrower, Benjamin Halifax County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Williams, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards Camden, SC; while at Cheraw Hills they learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then to Salisbury.
Thurrell, Abraham 8th NC Regiment 1777 1779 7/2/1777, a Private under Capt. John Walsh.  Died in Jan. 1779.
Thursnell, John 6th NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.   9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  Died in Nov. 1778.  aka John Thurnell.  
Thurston, William 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. James Emmett for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 10/16/1778.
Thurston, William 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.
Thweatt, Edward Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Harrison and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hicks and Col. Joseph Taylor. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Waller and Col. Joseph Taylor, then attached to Col. Thomas Owen (Bladen County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on 7/22/1764 in Lunenburg County, VA. aka Edward Thweat, Edward Thiveatt. Guilford Court House.
Thyes, 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.
Tiack, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a Fife Major in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten).
Tice, Henry 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/15/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Tice, James 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/15/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Tice, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1782 3/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.  A Sergeant in Sep. 1782 (1st NC Regiment).
Tiffin, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1782 Oct. 1775, a Private under Capt. Charles Crawford for six months. 10/26/1776, a Sergeant under Capt. Benjamin Williams. Back to Private on 1/1/1778. 9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner. Discharged on 1/31/1780.  Rejoined. POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged after nine months. 5/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon. Discharged on 5/21/1782 (1st NC Regiment). Received clothing on 5/24/1782. From Caswell County. aka Thomas Tiffen. S38444. Great Bridge (VA), Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tilghman, ? Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Tiller, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 7/31/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 7/28/1782.
Tillery, Richard Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Allcock and Col. James Kenan. Died of the flu while on active duty in SC.
Tillet, Avery 2nd NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. James Gee.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles.  Probably the same man as directly below.
Tillet, Avery 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.  aka Avery Tilley.
Tilley, Bennett Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis and Maj. Joseph Winston. Lived in Wilkes County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Cleveland, attached to Maj. Gibson Wooldridge (Surry County Regiment).
Tilley, Edmund Surry County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Jacob Camplin, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Cloud, then under Capt. James Gains, both under Maj. Joseph Winston. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. David Humphreys, attached to Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Brother of Henry Tilley. Born on 3/6/1744 in King William County, VA. Stono Ferry (SC).
Tilley, Henry Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Martin and Col. Joseph Williams. Lived in Guilford (what became Rockingham) County. Moved to Surry (what became Stokes) County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Gibson Wooldridge and Col. Joseph Williams. 1781, a Private under Capt. Elias Winburn (Wilkes County Regiment), attached to Maj. Gibson Wooldridge (Surry County Regiment).  Brother of Edmund Tilley above. Born in Albemarle County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Shallow Ford.
Tilley, Jacob 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/20/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 6/21/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).  May be the same man as directly below.  aka Jacob Tilly.
Tilley, Jacob 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Tilley, John Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Richard Goode and Col. Joseph Williams. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips and Col. Joseph Williams. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Cloud and Maj. Joseph Winston. aka John Talley. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Briar Creek (GA), Kings Mountain (SC).
Tilley, Lazarus Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Ray and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. 1780, also a Private under Capt. James Haven and Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Elliott (Chatham County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). From what is now Durham County.
Tilley, Lewis 4th NC Regiment 1777 4/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips.   9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read (1st NC Regiment).
Tillman, Philip Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Kings Mountain (SC).
Tillman, Tobias Southern Orange County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. William O'Neal and Col. John Butler. Born in the middle of June 1751 or 1752 in Orange County, NC.
Tilly, Edmund Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tilman, Aaron 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Elijah Moore.  Discharged on 5/10/1782 (4th NC Regiment).  aka Aaron Tillman.
Tilman, Belitha 2nd NC Regiment 1777 6/2/1777, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  6/10/1777, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron (10th NC Regiment).  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  A Corporal on 10/10/1778.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).  Back to Private on 6/1/1779.  Deserted on 7/3/1779.  Re-enlisted in Nov. 1779.  aka Balitha Tilmon, Belisha Tilman, Belitha Tillman.
Tilman, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 7/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  aka John Tilmon.
Tilman, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 7/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  aka William Tilmon.
Timberlake, Francis Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Hill and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1781, a Private under Lt. Swan Trouton, Capt. George Bledsoe, and Col. William Brickell.
Timberlake, Richard 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a known Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Pitt County.
Timbrell, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Williams.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Timer, Daniel 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Tims, Jess Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tims, Joseph Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tims, Philip Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tindal, James Craven County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Moye and Col. John Sitgreaves. Lived in Pitt County. Born on 2/5/1763 in Pitt County, NC.
Tindal, John Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. John Grainger and Col. James Glasgow.
Tiner, Jesse 1st NC Regiment 1778 1779 11/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for nine months.  Discharged on 5/13/1779.
Tiney, James 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.
Tinker, Joel Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tinker, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 6/6/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Died in Oct. 1781.
Tinnen, James Orange County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Thompson, then under Capt. George Horton, both attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Early 1781, a PRivate under Capt. Davis Gresham and Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor in the NC Light Dragoons. 5/20/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho (1st NC Regiment) then Capt. William Walton. Discharged 7/5/1782. Born on 5/23/1758 in Mecklenburg County, NC. S3814. Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tinnen, Robert NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Thompson and Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. Lived in Orange County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Hinds and Lt. Col. Hardy Sanders in the NC Light Dragoons. Born on 12/8/1763 in Orange County, NC. Guilford Court House.
Tinney, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 3/1/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.
Tinney, Samuel 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1783.
Tinsley, Charles 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.
Tipper, John 4th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/10/1776, a Private under Capt. James Williams 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 - assigned to His Excy's Guard.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Tipper, William 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Discharged on 5/25/1782 (1st NC Regiment) at Salisbury, NC.  S39109. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tippett, Erastus 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1783 7/20/1778, a Musician under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.  1782, a Musician under Capt. Peter Bacot (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months.  Enlisted in Halifax County, NC.  S38108.
Tippett, George 3rd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 18 months.
Tippong, Conrad 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Conrad Rudolph and Col. Christopher Beekman. Lived in Tryon (what became Lincoln) County. Served several other tours, officers not named. Familiarly known as Conrad Tipps. Born in PA. From what is now Catawba County. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Tipps, Jacob 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Conrad Rudolph and Col. Christopher Beekman. Lived in Tryon (what became Lincoln) County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Hazzleburger and Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Born in 1748 in PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Tiree, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1780 5/26/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Tise, Daniel 1st NC Regiment 1778 2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.
Titterson, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Titus, Ishmael Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. James Dunn, attached to Col. Elijah Isaacs (Wilkes County Regiment), mostly at Ft. Defiance. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Cleveland and Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. John Beverly (Wilkes County Regiment), attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). A Slave that was promised his freedom to substitute for his master in the first tour. He re-enlisted after he was freed. Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House, Big Glades.
Tobin, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  Deserted on 3/28/1782.
Toby, William 3rd NC Regiment 1776 5/4/1776, a Private under Capt. Pinketham Eaton.  A Corporal in Oct. 1777.  Back to Private in June 1778.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Todd, Benjamin Rowan County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. Peter Foss, then under Capt. Myrick Davis, both under Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Cowan and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Cole (Randolph County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. William Polk (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Born in 1759 in Northampton County, PA.
Todd, Ephraim 7th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment). 
Todd, James 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  Died on 9/29/1777.
Todd, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Todd, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. John Brownsfield and Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer.  Hired John Sloan to serve the last four weeks of his tour.
Todd, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Moore and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. Myrick Davis and Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Todd, Josiah 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.
Todd, Lewis Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Edward Clinch and Maj. Joseph J. Clinch. 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Frederick Bell and Maj. James Shepherd. In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. John DeCoin and Col. Joseph J. Clinch. Born in 1763 in Bertie County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Hillsborough.
Todd, Peter Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Moore and Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Todd, Thomas 4th NC Regiment 1779 1780 6/3/1779, a Private under Lt. David Cowan. From Rowan County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Craig and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. Born in June of 1760 near Easton, PA. S17736. Stono Ferry (SC).
Todd, Thomas 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Musician under Capt. John McGlaughan.  Died in Sep. 1777.
Todd, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1780 1/1/1777, a Private under Capt. John McGlaughan for three years.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane - 1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  A Corporal on 2/1/1780.
Tolar, Daniel 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 Sep. 1775, a Private under Capt. Charles Crawford for 12 months.  Discharged in SC, joined SC Continentals then.  S42043.
Toler, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Toler, Nehemiah Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1781 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Jernigan and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1779, in Wayne County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Lazarus Crawford and Col. Benjamin Exum in the newly-created 2nd NC Regiment of Militia. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Grantham, then under Capt. David Jernigan, Jr., both under Col. Benjamin Exum. Born in 1744 in Craven (what became Johnston, then Dobbs, then Wayne) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge, Camden (SC).
Toliver, Jesse Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. William Lenoir and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Lenoir and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Capt. Samuel Johnson, dates not named. In the infantry, too late for the battle of Kings Mountain. aka Jesse Tolliver. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Toliver, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. Martin Gambill and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Capt. Samuel Johnson, dates not named. In the infantry, too late for the battle of Kings Mountain. aka John Tolliver.
Toliver, Moses Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. Martin Gambill and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Capt. Samuel Johnson, dates not named. In the infantry, too late for the battle of Kings Mountain. aka Moses Tolliver. Not in my books - found after they were published.
Tolley, William Tryon County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Richard Singleton and Col. William Graham. From what became Rutherford County. Moved to KY and joined there.
Tolson, Thomas Orange County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Davis Gresham and Col. Alexander Mebane. Born in 1757 in MD.
Tomblin, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/7/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Tomlin, Alexander Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col. John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tomlinson, Aaron 1st NC Regiment 1782 1/3/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.
Tommey, Henry Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Council. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Toms, Thomas Sullivan County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private under Capt. George Maxwell and Col. Isaac Shelby. Badly wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Kings Mountain (SC).
Toney, Arthur 5th NC Regiment 1779 1781 Spring of 1779, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  From Halifax County, NC.  W4835.
Toney, John 3rd NC Regiment 1780 1781 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Dropped from the rolls on 4/1/1781.  From Halifax County, NC. Guilford Court House.
Tonner, John Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Henry Smith and Col. Joseph Williams. Moved to Rowan County. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Bell and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, also a Private under a Capt. Cashaw (?). 1781, a Private under a Capt. Agler (?) and a Capt. Miller (?). Born on 11/16/1759 in MD. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Camden (SC).
Topp, George 1st NC Regiment 1776 1778 Spring of 1776, a Private under Capt. Caleb Grainger.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  Discharged in Nov. 1778 due to sickness and infirmity.  Enlisted in Halifax County, NC.  S42044. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Torrance, Adam Sr. Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
Torrance, Adam Jr. Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
Torrance, Adam Rowan County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Wagoner - unit not named. Possibly the same man as directly below (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Torrance, Adam Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Hugh Torrance (his father), attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Camden, SC. His father was killed in this battle. Ramseur's Mill.
Toten, Pearson Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Tottevaine, Winder 5th NC Regiment 1779 A Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted in Sep. 1779.
Totwine, Colborn 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.
Totwine, Simon 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.
Toup, Caleb Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1781 First in NJ units.1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Houston and Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. James Craig (Rowan County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Private under Capt. James Osborn and Col. George Alexander, then attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Chinn and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Lived in what became Cabarrus County. Born on 6/25/1757 in Grermany. Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Tournborough, Edward Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Wagoner under Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Towel, Abraham 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 8/5/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Towning, James 8th NC Regiment 1776 12/15/1776, a Private under Capt. John Walsh.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  aka James Townen.
Townley, Philemon 4th NC Regiment 1782 2/7/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.
Townley, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John Brown.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Towns, James Warren County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Hunt Macon and Col. Herbert Haynes. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John White, then under Capt. Joseph Sessions (Wayne County Regiment), both attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Born in March or 1756 in Brunswick County, VA.
Townsend, George Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Maj. John Phifer and Col. Thomas Polk. 1776, a Private under Capt. Caleb Phifer and Lt. Col. John Phifer. 1781, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Potts, attached to Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). Born in 1754 in Mecklenburg County, PA. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776, Cowan's Ford. 
Towson, Joshua Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1/19/1779, a known Private, unit unknown.
Toxa, John 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles.
Toxey, Nathaniel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/17/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 5/17/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Tracey, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 6/24/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Tracey, William Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Edward Gwinn, attached to Col. Willia O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Lived in Orange County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Vestal, then under Capt. Robert Scobey, both under Col. William O'Neal.
Trader, George 1776 1779 5/20/1776, a Private, regiment and unit unknown, enlisted for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment) - sick on that date in Valley Forge.  A Corporal in July 1779.  aka George Tradder.
Trader, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1783 9/17/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.  Deserted on 6/21/1783.
Trader, Jonathan 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/19/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/19/1782.
Trainer, Arthur 5th NC Regiment 1778 11/15/1776, a Sergeant under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.  Jan. 1778, rejoined as a Private.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  aka Arthur Tainer. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Trainium, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Buster and Col. James Martin. 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Col. James Martin. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Trammell, Sampson Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. James Cook, attached to Col. William Graham (Lincoln County Regiment). 1781, in SC unit. aka Sampson Tramell.
Trammell, William Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Harden, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, a Sergeant. 1781, a Private under Capt. Ewell Lampkin, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born in 1760 in Fairfax County, VA. aka William Tramell. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Trantham, Martin 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  Dropped from the rolls in Dec. 1777 - sick.
Tranton, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.
Trapp, Elijah 2nd NC Regiment 1782 Apr. 1782, a Musician under Capt. Clement Hall.  
Trapp, Martin 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/9/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Trapp, Martin 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1783 Apr. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Armstrong.  Deserted on 12/10/1782.  Rejoined on 12/14/1782.  Deserted again on 5/28/1783.
Travathan, William DQMG 1780 1780, a Shoemaker on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Shoemaker under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).  aka William Trewathan.
Travis, William Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Treadway, Daniel Cumberland County Regiment 1778 1778, a Private, unit unknown.
Treadway, Robert Sullivan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Carnes and Col. Isaac Shelby. Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Treadwell, John 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Treadwell, Reuben Bladen County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Stephen Andres and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Lived in New Hanover County. Moved to SC, joined there. Born in 1751 in Bertie County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Trent, Stephen 2nd NC Regiment 1779 3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.
Trewhitt, Stephen 10th NC Regiment 1777 1781 7/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Armwell Herron.  9/9/1778, under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, escaped after 48 days.  From Dobbs County, NC.  aka Stephen Truhitt, Trewhit, Truit, Trewit.  S45451. Monmouth (NJ), Stony Point (NY), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Tribble, Elijah Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Allen and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, a Private in the Infantry under Capt. Abraham DeMoss and Col. Benjamin Cleveland, too late for the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. 1781, a Private under Maj. Francis Hargrove and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born in 1755 in Halifax County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Trice, James Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Trimbell, Richard Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander.
Triplett, William Wilkes County Regiment 1782 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. William Sloan and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1782, also a Private under Capt. John Kees, attached to Col. Joseph McDowell. Born on 11/15/1763 in Loudon County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Trogdon, Ezekiel Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Dougan and Col. John Collier. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Day and Lt. Col. James Dougan. Born in 1754 in Orange (what became Guilford then Randolph) County, NC. Raft Swamp.
Trotman, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/19/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/19/1782.
Troumble, Jethro Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Trousdale, James Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Trout, Henry Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Trout, Jacob Rowan County Regiment 1781 Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Douglas Hayden, attached to Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements.
Trowal, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1783 3/1/1777, a Musician under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  Enlisted at Cross Creek.  Wounded twice at the battle of Brandywine Creek (PA) - placed in hospital until next Spring.  A Private in June of 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner - sick on that date.  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC) - held until peace declared.  Per the official records, he deserted on 6/13/1783 (?).  On the official rolls as William Trowell.  aka William Trowall.  R10714. Brandywine Creek (PA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Trowell, James Wake County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Martin Lane and Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. 1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). Born on 3/2/1761 near the High Hills of the Santee, SC.
Trowell, John 10th NC Regiment 1778 1/12/1778, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment) - sick at Valley Forge on that date.  Deserted on 3/8/1779.  aka John Trawl.
Troy, James 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Joseph Walker.  Dropped from the rolls in April 1778.
Truelock, Sutton 5th NC Regiment 1776 8/12/1776, a Private under Capt. Reading Blount for 3 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  aka Sutton Trueheek.
Truelove, William NC State Legion 1781 Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. David Ramsey and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expediton, no named engagements. aka William Trewlove.
Truett, William 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans.  Deserted on 6/8/1783 (?).
Truit, Franklin 2nd NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall.
Truit, Stephen 2nd NC Regiment 1777 7/1/1777, a Private under Capt. John Armstrong for three years.
Truitt, Purnell New Hanover County Regiment 1781 1781 First in DE unit. After the battle of Camden, SC, he visited relatives in Onslow County, and was drafted there. 1781, a Private under Capt. Stephen Shackelford and Col. Henry Young. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Hull Jones and Col. George Mitchell (Onslow County Regiment).
Truss, Joel Pitt County Regiment 1780 1781 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).  Also served in 1781. Guilford Court House.
Tryer, William 2nd NC Regiment 1777 5/3/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles.
Tubbs, John Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1780 First in SC unit. 1776, was a Captain. 1779, a Private under Capt. James Holland and Col. William Graham. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Carruth and Col. William Graham. Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Born on 8/6/1758 in Orange County, NC. Kings Mountain (SC).
Tucker, Carrel 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/22/1782.
Tucker, Curl 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1780 6/7/1779, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for 18 months.  A Sergeant in Jan. 1780.  A Corporal in March 1780.
Tucker, David Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Alston and Col. Nicholas Long. Lived in Bute (what became Warren) County. Moved to Duplin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Frederick Wells and Lt. Col. Thomas Routledge. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Hardy Holmes and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under Capt. David Dodd and Col. James Kenan. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Robert Merritt, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth (New Hanover County Regiment). Born in Halifax County, NC. Heron's Bridge.
Tucker, Gray Halifax County Regiment 1777 1783 1777, a Private under Capt. Nicholas Long (DQMG), Captain not named. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Wren and Maj. Agrippa Nichols (Warren County Regiment). Probably at the battle of Camden, SC - his widow didn't mention it, but his officers were at that battle. Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Armstrong (1st NC Regiment). W9867.
Tucker, James 1st NC Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe. From Randolph County. On leave when the battle of Guilford Court House happened. Separated from his unit, he joined the NC Militia under Maj. Thomas Dougan - then hired his cousin, Lewis Tucker, to finish this tour. Born on 5/18/1759 in Halifax County, NC. R10735.
Tucker, James 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 July 1782, a Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.  Enlisted in Randolph County, NC.  Deserted on 12/10/1782.  Rejoined in Jan. 1783 for the duration of the war.  Furloughed at Charleston in July 1783.  He does not mention the desertion in his pension application, but the authorities do.  R10736.
Tucker, John 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 18 months.  Discharged in July 1783 at Charleston, SC.  In a skirmish on James Island - date not noted.  Claims to have been in battle of Eutaw Springs (SC) (9/8/1781), must've been in NC Militia.
Tucker, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Tucker, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Deserted on 12/10/1782.
Tucker, John 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County.
Tucker, Lewis Randolph County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Maj. Thomas Dougan - a substitute for his cousin, James Tucker (above). Wounded and taken prisoner by Loyalists, date unknown.
Tucker, Paul 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Ephraim Battle and Col. Thomas Owen in the newly-created 1st Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. Lived in Onslow County. Wounded by friendly fire at Lockwood's Folly, in Brunswick County.
Tucker, Richard 4th NC Regiment 1776 7/25/1776, a Private under 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.
Tucker, Thomas DQMG 1780 1780, a Saddler on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  A Tailor under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).  An invalid.  Said to be an ex-Continental soldier (?).  8/23/1781, a Leather Worker, making saddles, harnesses, caps, etc.  aka Thomas Tuchor.
Tucker, Thomas Nash County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Hardy Griffin, attached to Col. John Whitaker (Halifax County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Kidd (Halifax County Regiment) and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) guarding the Halifax Jail. Born on 2/11/1757 in Halifax County, NC.
Tucker, Tolbert 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.
Tucker, William 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tucker, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. David Wilson and Col. George Alexander. 1781, a Private under Capt. David Wilson, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Guilford Court House. He states that he didn't serve after being wounded, but also states he served at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC, which was later. Born in July of 1760. Camden (SC), Cowan's Ford, Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tucker, Woodard Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Tuder, John Granville County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Snipes and Col. Joseph Taylor. Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hicks, then under Capt. Philip Yancey, both under Col. Joseph Taylor. Valentine Tuder, below, was his brother. Born in 1754 in Brunswick County, VA. Guilford Court House.
Tuder, Valentine Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Stephen Merritt, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Philip Yancey and Col. Joseph Taylor. John Tuder, above, was his brother. Born on 12/4/1764 in Brunswick County, VA. Cowan's Ford.
Tue, Alexander 2nd NC Regiment 1781 11/8/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 12 months.
Tull, Charles Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Born in 1753 in MD. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tull, John Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Tull, William 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.
Tulston, William 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Emmett.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Tunk, Robert 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 5/30/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  A Corporal on 12/1/1779.
Turbyfill, John Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. From what is now Catawba County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Turlington, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Turnage, Daniel Holland Dobbs County Regiment 1780 5/26/1780, a known Private under Capt. William Ormond and Col. James Glasgow.
Turnage, George 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/18/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.
Turnage, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Benjamin Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard Moore's Creek Bridge.
Turnage, Zachariah Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. William Ormond and Col. James Darnell
Turnbull, Richard Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 July 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander.
Turner, Adam 2nd NC Regiment 1779 Jan. 1779, a Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).
Turner, Adam 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Turner, Alexander Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Turner, Andrew Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Myrick Davis, then under Capt. William Cole, both under Col. Francis Locke. Born on 4/5/1762 in Rowan County, NC.
Turner, Arthur 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 7/26/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 7/26/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Turner, Benjamin 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Williams.  Died on 12/1/1777.
Turner, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County.
Turner, Berryman 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Turner, Daniel 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Corporal under Capt. Robert Raiford.  A Private in Nov. 1777.  Died in Jan. 1778.
Turner, Daniel Bladen County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Daniel Shipman and Col. Thomas Brown.
Turner, David 1st NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. William Armstrong.
Turner, George Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Private drafted under Capt. John Grainger.
Turner, Henry Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Stringer McIlwaine and Col. William Caswell. Born in 1759 in Dobbs County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Turner, James DQMG 1780 1780, a Shoemaker on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Shoemaker under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).
Turner, James 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Turner, James Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Young and Lt. Col. John Peasley, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1781, a Private under Capt. George Hodge and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Clendenan and Lt. Col. Abisha Thomas. POW at the incident at Hillsborough on 9/12/1781. From what became Alamance County. Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House, Hillsborough.
Turner, James Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. George Samuel, then under Capt. James Falker, both under Lt. Col. William Moore. Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777, in Caswell County. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Oldham, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. John Douglas and Col. William Moore. Born on 10/9/1756 in Culpeper County, VA.  Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Turner, James 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. From what is now Caswell County. Possibly the same man as directly above (different sources).
Turner, James Warren County Regiment 1780 A 14-year old Private under Capt. John Macon and Maj. Agrippa Nichols.
Turner, John 1st NC Regiment 1778 8/1/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. John Brown.  A Private in June 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  From Surry (what is now Stokes) County, NC.  W8792.
Turner, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 2/13/1777, a Private under Capt. James Vaughan.  Deserted in Oct. 1777.
Turner, John 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.
Turner, John Wake County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Clerk under Capt. James Hinton and Col. John Hinton, Sr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Turner, Mathias 8th NC Regiment 1778 1779 A Corporal under Capt. Robert Raiford.  A Private in Jan. 1778.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1779.
Turner, Miles 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County.
Turner, Reuben Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Stringer McIlwaine and Col. William Caswell. Born in 1757 in Dobbs County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Turner, Roger Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. James Harris and Col. Adam Alexander. 1779, a Private under Capt. James White, attached to Lt. Col. William Henderson (SC). Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Simmons and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born in 1758 in Shmah, Ireland. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC).
Turner, Roger Surry County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Herndon, then under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland, both under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1778 and 1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Allen and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Cleveland and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Turner, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Turner, Titus Jennings 5th NC Regiment 1776 1782 May 1776, a Private under Capt. William Ward. Discharged after 12 months due to illness. From Johnston County. Served several tours in the NC Militia, officers not named. Then served 12 months in the NC State Regiment (State Troops) under Maj. Bennett Crafton and Maj. Joel Lewis, Captain not named. R20187.
Turner, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John Brown.  Died on 5/24/1778.
Turner, William 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1781 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.  Discharged in April 1779. From Nash County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Edward Gandy and Col Thomas Hunter. Born on 3/4/1752 in VA. W4089.
Turner, William 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/7/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Turner, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County.
Turpin, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/5/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Tuton, Thomas Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Tutson, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1778 July 1778, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Deserted on 8/15/1778.
Tutterton, Benjamin Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. H. Goodman and Col. William Caswell. Too late for the battle of Briar Creek, GA. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Sessions and Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment). Born in Tyrrell County, NC. aka Benjamin Tullerton, Benjamin Fullerton.
Tuttle, John Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Peter O'Neal and Col. James Martin. 1779, a Private under Capt. Abraham Phillips and Col. James Martin. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Wilson and Col. John Peasley. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Hill and Maj. Joseph Winston (Surry County Regiment). From what became Rockingham County. Born on 3/22/1761 in Fairfax County, VA.
Twigg, Daniel 4th NC Regiment 1779 1782 Jan. 1779, a Musician under Capt. William Goodman.  Sometime in 1781, this unit was transferred to the 2nd NC Regiment.  After the battle of Eutaw Springs, this unit was taken over by Capt. Benjamin Bailey (1st NC Regiment).  Jan. 1782, a known Musician under Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  aka Daniel Twig.  S38449. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Twitty, Anthony Rutherford County Regiment A Scout, unit and dates unknown.
Twitty, Russell Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Twitty (his brother), first attached to Col. William Graham (Lincoln County Regiment), then in early 1781 attached to Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). Born in 1762 in Mecklenburg (what became Tryon, then Rutherford) County, NC. Cowan's Ford.
Twitty, William Rutherford County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. He served with the Lincoln Boys of South Fork. Kings Mountain (SC).
Tyack, D. Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 6/21/1777, the Regimental Fife Major.
Tycer, Ellis Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1783 1775, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Green and Col. Nicholas Long. 1776, a Private under Capt. Francis Jones and Col. Nicholas Long. Lived in Halifax County. 1777, a Private under Capt. David Downs and Col. Willis Alston. 1782, a Private under Capt. Peter Bacot (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months. Born in 1755 in Northumberland County, VA. aka Ellis Tyson, Ellis Tyse. S6291.
Tyler, Moses 6th NC Regiment 1777 1783 A Private under Capt. Daniel Williams for three years.  Jan. 1779, a Musician under Capt. Philip Taylor (5th NC Regiment).  1782, a Private under Capt. Peter Bacot (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months.  From Bladen County (what is now Columbus County), NC.  W4090. Stono Ferry (SC).
Tyler, Owen 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.
Tyler, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 1780 10/1/1777, 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).  Deserted in Jan. 1780.
Tyner, Benjamin Wayne County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Frederick Herring, then under Capt. Joseph Boon, both under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Tyner, Nicholas 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1781 May 1776, a Private under Capt. William Barret for three years. Jan. 1779, a Corporal under Capt. Philip Taylor (5th NC Regiment). Discharged in Apr. 1779. Lived in Northampton County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Abner Perry (Hertford County Regiment). S7773. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Tyner, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford for 18 months.
Tysinger, Ad. 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Deserted in May 1781.
Tyson, Aaron 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Tyson, Aaron Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Tyson, Abraham 8th NC Regiment 1778 1779 A Sergeant under Capt. Francis Tartanson.  A Private in June 1778 under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1779.  aka Abraham Tison.
Tyson, Henry 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 12/19/1776, a Corporal under Capt. Simon Alderson.  A Private in June 1778 in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  Discharged on 1/30/1780.  aka Henry Tison.
Tyson, James 5th NC Regiment 1776 12/9/1776, a Private and a Corporal under Capt. Simon Alderson for three years.  9/9/1778, a known Corporal in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten - 2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  Discharged at Halifax, NC.  aka James Tisen.  S38442. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Tysor, Lewis Halifax District Minutemen 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Hale and Col. Nicholas Long. Lived in Halifax County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Samuel Baron, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). Served another tour, Captain not named. Briar Creek (GA).


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