The American Revolution in North Carolina

The Privates, Horsemen, Fifers, Drummers, etc. - Last Names Beginning with "W"
Private, Etc. First Unit Served In As a Private From To Notes Known Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Waddill, John Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. John Sevier and Col. William Christian (VA). Probably considered a VA unit. 1776, also a Private under Capt. William Clark and Col. John Carter at Ft. Sevier. 1777, a Private under Capt. Thomas Price and Col. John Carter at Ft. Sevier. 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Sevier and Col. John Sevier. Late 1780, in GA unit. Born on 11/1/1764 in Philadelphia County, PA. aka John Waddle. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Wade, Andrew 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/25/1776, a Private under Capt. Philip Taylor for 2-1/2 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment) - sick in camp on that date.  Discharged in Nov. 1778.  aka Andrew Waid.
Wade, Daniel 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Musician under Capt. James Williams.  Killed while in service, when and where unknown.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.  From Northampton County, NC.  W18267.
Wade, Elisha 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Wade, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Wade, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Private drafted under Capt. John Grainger.
Wade, Joseph Northampton County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Obadiah Roundtree, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. Lived in Duplin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Johnson (Bladen County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, a Private under CApt. Jonathan Taylor and Col. James Kenan. Born on 2/3/1758 in Dobbs County. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Cole's Bridge.
Wade, Obadiah Pitt County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. James Lanier, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Lived in Carteret County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Fulford and Col. Enoch Ward. Stono Ferry (SC).
Wade, Samuel New Bern District Minutemen 1776 1781 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. Lived in Dobbs County. 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. William Ormond and Col. James Glasgow. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wade, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho for 12 months.
Wadkins, Benedict Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. William Bell and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley and Col. Francis Locke. Other tours, officers not named. Born on 7/8/1760 in Salisbury (Rowan County), NC. Monck's Corner #1 (SC), Lenud's Ferry (SC), Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Fort Motte (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC). 
Wadkins, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  aka Benjamin Watkins.
Wadkins, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. John Baker for nine months.  From Guilford County, NC.  W6415.
Wadkins, John Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wadkins, William Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wadsworth, William 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 Dec. 1782, a Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes for 18 months.  Enlisted in Craven County, NC.  Discharged after about 11 months of service when peace announced.  aka William Wardsworth.  S7807.
Waggoner, Christopher Rowan County Regiment 1775 1782 1775, a Private under Capt. George Henry Barrier and Col. Griffith Rutherford. 1776, a Private under Capt. George Henry Barrier and Col. Francis Locke. Marched towards the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, too late. 1779, in Lincoln County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Whitener, attached to Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. John Sigman (Burke County Regiment), attached to Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Henry Whitener and Maj. John Barber. 1782, a Private under Capt. Henry Whitener, attached to Col. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Born on 6/20/1755 in Bucks County, PA. Ninety-Six 1775 (SC), Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776, Chickamauga Towns (TN), Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Waggoner, George Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Wagoner under Capt. Joseph Young, attached to Col. James Saunders (Caswell County Regiment). Lived in Orange County. In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. 1780, a Private under Capt. Davis Gresham and Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor in the NC Light Dragoons. 1781, a Private under Capt. Abraham Allen, attached to Maj. William Gholson (Chatham County Regiment). Wounded at the skirmish at Kirk's Farm. Born in 1760 in Bucks County, PA. aka George Wagner. Kirk's Farm.
Waggoner, James 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  Died on 2/15/1782.
Wainwright, Obediah 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  Died on 6/13/1783.
Wakefield, Henry Burke County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. William Penland and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Kennedy and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Russell and Maj. Joseph McDowell. Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Born in 1752 in Albemarle County, VA. aka Henry Weakfield. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wakefield, Thomas Burke County Regiment 1779 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Peter Ford, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. Three more tours under Col. Charles McDowell, Captains not named. Born on 10/5/1762 in Albemarle County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Wakefield, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1780 1/23/1777, a Musician under Capt. John Poynter for 3 years.  A Private in Nov. 1777.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged in 1/28/1780.
Wainwright, Miloy Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Waistcoat, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Walden, David 1st NC Regiment 1777 1781 A Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Then, under Capt. Anthony Sharp (10th NC Regiment) - discharged in Sep. 1779.  5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe (1st NC Regiment).  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.  From Mecklenburg County, NC.  S32570. Briar Creek (GA).
Walden, Drury Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Charles Allen and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Warren County. 1780, an Artificer under Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) in Halifax, NC making gun cartridges. 1781, a Privatge under Capt. Joseph Kidd and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) as a Guard at the Halifax Jail. Born in 1762 in Surry County, VA. Briar Creek (GA).
Walden, John Warren County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Richards and Maj. Agrippa Nichols. 1781, a Private under Capt. George Dougherty (4th NC Regiment). Discharged on 5/25/1782. Born on 8/31/1763 in Richmond County, VA. W4374. Camden (SC).
Walding, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Waldnan, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1776 Dec. 1776, a Musician under Capt. Edward Vail, Jr. for three years.  A Private in June 1778 in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock.  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped in March 1781.  From Pasquotank County, NC.  aka Thomas Waldren, Thomas Waldron.  S42057. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Waldrom, Charles Pitt County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Moore, attached to Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment). Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Reaves, attached to Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on 10/31/1759 in St. Mary's County, MD.
Walker, Andrew Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Wagoner under Capt. John William Hagan. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, a Wagoner under Capt. John William Hagan and Col. Adam Alexander. Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Davis and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. Also a QM under Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) William Lee Davidson. May 1781, a Captain. Born on 12/5/1756 in County Antrim, Ireland. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Wahab's Plantation (SC).
Walker, Andrew Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Hugh Tinnen and Col. James Thackston. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Lived in Orange County. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Hodge and Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1780, a Private under Capt. Bartlett Searcey and Col. Joseph Taylor (Granville County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Salisbury. Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. Douglas Hayden (Rowan County REgiment), attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). 1781 in the Commissary Department. Born on 10/5/1758 in County Derry, Ireland.
Walker, Archibald Surry County Regiment 1777 1777, a Private under Capt. Francis Hargrove and Col. Martin Armstrong. Served other tours, officers and dates not named.
Walker, Buckley Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Daniel McFarland and Col. William Moore. 1781, a Private under Capt. Herndon Haralson, Capt. Mason Foley, and Capt. Frederick DuBois, all under Col. William Moore. Born in 1762 in Orange County, NC.
Walker, Daniel Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore.
Walker, Daniel Guilford County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. William Bethel and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. 1779, also a Lieutenant. Stono Ferry (SC).
Walker, Edward Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell.
Walker, Edward Duplin County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. Nathan Hill and Col. James Kenan. 1779, a Private under Capt. James Harrison and Col. Waightstill Avery (Jones County Regiment). Born in 1756 in NC.
Walker, Elijah Burke County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under a Capt. Yancey and Col. Charles McDowell.
Walker, Felix Washington District Regiment 1776 1777 1776, a Private under Capt. John Sevier and Col. William Christian (VA). Probably considered a VA unit. 1777, a Private under Capt. Thomas Price and Col. John Carter at Ft. Sevier. Elected as Clerk of Court for Washington County, left the Militia. William Walker was his brother. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Walker, Green Franklin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Carter and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then Salisbury. Lived in Nash County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Coleman (a Continental officer). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Henry Forbes (Camden County Regiment). Born in 1761 in Edgecombe (what became Nash) County, NC.
Walker, Isaac 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton and Col. Thomas Polk. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Lived in Surry County. 1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Abraham DeMoss and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born on 4/16/1754 in Prince George's County, MD. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Walker, James 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 8/5/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Walker, James Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Nathan Lassiter and Col. James Darnell.
Walker, James Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walker, James Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Matthew Stewart and Col. James Thackston. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Lived in Orange (what became Caswell) County. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Thomas McCrory and Col. James Martin. Served other tours, officers and dates not identified. Born on 3/2/1755 in Cumberland County, PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Walker, James NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1781 Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. Matthew Stewart and Col. William Richardson Davie. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Smith (Burke County Regiment), attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment), too late for the battle of Cowan's Ford. Born on 10/25/1762 in York County, PA.
Walker, Jeremiah Bute County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Robert Temple and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. Early 1779, a Private under Col. James Armstrong (4th NC Regiment), Captain not named. 1779, in Franklin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Eaves and Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Daniel Harris, attached to Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). 4/7/1781, a Sergeant in the NC Continental Line. S31457. Stono Ferry (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Walker, Jesse 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Harden and Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1777 and 1778, a Private under Capt. John Harden and Col. Charles McDowell. 1779, a Private under Capt. Matthew Kuykendall and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Walker and Col. Charles McDowell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Kennedy and Col. Charles McDowell. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell, and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on 6/26/1748 in Prince William County, VA.
Walker, John Warren County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Col. Herbert Haynes, Captain not named. 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on  4/5/1782 (4th NC Regiment). Born in December of 1755 in Granville (what became Bute then Warren) County, NC. S7796. Guilford Court House, Ft. Watson #2 (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Walker, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walker, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Robert Bell and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walker, Joseph Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore.
Walker, Michael Currituck County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Jarvis and Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Maj. Ashael Simmonds. Born on 6/16/1758.
Walker, Moses 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Oct. 1777, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Walker, Nathaniel 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 6/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter. On 1/1/1783, this unit was in the 1st NC Regiment under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle. From New Hanover County. NC22. Not in books. Found in March of 2014.
Walker, R.D. Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Walker, Reuben 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. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Lytle and Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell and Col. Charles McDowell. 1781, a Private under Capt. James McFarland and Col. Charles McDowell. Born in 1760 in Bute (what became Warren) County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Walker, Robert Lincoln County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Walker, Samuel Granville County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Cuthbert Hudson and Col. Joseph Taylor. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1780, a Private under Capt. Ralph Banks, attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment). He claims they were too late for the battle of Camden, SC, while others in this unit say they were, indeed, in said battle. 1781, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Parish, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). An Express Rider during the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. 
Walker, Solomon 3rd NC Regiment 1782 6/18/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 12 mos.
Walker, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 4/5/1777, a wagoner and a wagon master.  Discharged 10/19/1777 in Pennsylvania after the battle of Germantown.  From Mecklenburg County, NC.  W6397.
Walker, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 7/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted on 10/21/1779.
Walker, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walker, Warrant Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walker, Warren Surry County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Meredith and Col. Martin Armstrong. While marching towards the battle of Camden, SC, he was killed in a fierce storm that knocked over a tree onto him, in what is now Cabarrus County.
Walker, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford for 18 months.
Walker, William 5th NC Regiment 1779 8/3/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for 3 years.
Walker, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 1779 9/4/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr. for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  Deserted on 3/24/1779.
Walker, William Anson County Regiment 1778 Was in SC Continental Line. 1778, a Private under Capt. Drury Ledbetter and Col. Thomas Wade.
Walker, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walker, William Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Harden and Maj. Tutt, both attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain. His brothers were Felix Walker and John Walker, both NC Continentals. Born in 1760 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Stono Ferry (SC).
Walker, William Needham Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Crawford and Col. James Emmett. 1782, a Private under Capt. Neil McCrany, Lt. Col. Thomas Armstrong, and Col. James Emmett. Born in August of 1756 in Granville County, NC.
Walkup, Samuel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. John Foster and Col. Robert Irwin. 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Davis and Col. William Lee Davidson. Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Nesbitt and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Nesbitt. Born on 10/9/1758 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Wall, Arthur Wake County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Brother of Burrell Wall and Jesse Wall below.
Wall, Burrell Wake County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. Brother of Arthur Wall (above) and Jesse Wall (below).
Wall, David 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).
Wall, Jacob Surry County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton and Col. Thomas Polk in the 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Joseph Herndon and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Col. Benjamin Cleveland, Captain not named. 1781, a Private under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment), Captain not named. Born in 1759 in Culpeper County, VA.  Cherokee Expedition 1776, Colson's Mill.
Wall, Jesse Wake County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Woodson Daniel and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer), probably considered to be in the New Levies. In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. 1780, a Private under Capt. Cato Bryant, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Johnston and Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Maj. John McClary (Caswell County Regiment), who was sick and whom he attended during the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. 1782, a Wagoner under Maj. Solomon Terrell of the Commissary Department. Born in May of 1754 in Northampton County, NC.
Wall, Joel 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 8/7/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  A Sergeant in Apr. 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Sergeant in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  Back to Private in June 1778.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).  From Pitt or Beaufort County, NC.  W4095. Brandywine Creek (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Wall, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Wall, Jonathan Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Private under Capt. Ralwin Judd and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Aug. 1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard (1st NC Regiment). 1782, a Private under Capt. William Lytle (4th NC Regiment) for 18 months. Born in 1744 in Prince George's County, VA. S9569.
Wall, Joseph 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum. Lived in Pitt County. 1780, also a Private under a Capt. Williams. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Godley and Col. James Gorham. 1781, also a Private under a Capt. Morris and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). Camden (SC).
Wall, Millington Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Norwood and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Lived in Chatham County. Moved to VA, joined there. Born in 1760 in Brunswick County, VA.
Wall, Richard 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 1/4/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.  2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.  S42054.
Wallace, Aaron 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Deserted on 5/7/1781.  Probably the same man as directly below.
Wallace, Aaron 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Coleman (2nd NC Regiment), then soon transferred to Capt. William Lytle (4th NC Regiment).  He claims to have been discharged.  Official records indicate that he deserted on 5/15/1783.  Enlisted in Wayne County, NC.  R11062.
Wallace, George 8th NC Regiment 1777 1783 4/1/1777, a Musician under Capt. James May, then transferred to Capt. Francis Tartanson.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (2nd NC Regiment).  A Regimental Fife Major in Dec. 1782.  From Pitt County, NC.  W11741. Brandywine Creek (PA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wallace, J. Craven County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Wallace, James 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. John Phifer and Col. Thomas Polk. From Mecklenburg County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wallace, John 8th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  July 1778, under Capt. Charles Stewart (2nd NC Regiment).  Enlisted in Duplin County.  1779, under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779 for 11 months.  Probably the same man as the two id'd below.  W25897. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Wallace, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 6/4/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Wallace, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 6/4/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779. Probably the same man as directly above.  aka John Wallis.   Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Wallace, John Sullivan County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. Roger Topp, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Roger Topp and Col. Isaac Shelby. Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Born on 12/22/1758. Thicketty Fort (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Wallace, Richard 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.
Wallace, Samuel Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. William Wilson, then under a Capt. Cook, both under Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Craig, then under Capt. Richmond Pearson, both under Col. Francis Locke. Ramseur's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Wallace, Samuel Wilkes County Regiment 1780 - 1780, a Private under Col. Benjamin Cleveland, Captain not known. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wallace, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Died in Oct. 1781.
Wallace, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1776 1777 4/19/1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/19/1777 in Halifax County, NC.  S39116.
Wallace, Thomas 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. James Barr and Col. Christopher Beekman. Lived in Mecklenburg County. Moved to Sullivan County, and in 1779 a Captain. Born in March or 1745 in MD.
Wallace, William 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Samuel Patton and Col. Thomas Polk. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Reese, then under Capt. William Houston, both attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Born on 6/5/1761 in York County, PA. Moore's Creek Bridge (most likey).
Waller, Nathaniel 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.  S42051.
Walling, William Washington County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Martin and Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1779, in Sullivan County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Roger Topp, then under Capt. James Elliott, both under Col. Isaac Shelby. 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Morgan and Col. Isaac Shelby. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wallis, Benjamin Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Adam Sanders, attached to Col. Hugh Tinnen (Orange County Regiment). Out scouting when Charleston, SC surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Wilson (Guilford County Regiment), attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Barely missed the action at Cowan's Ford. 1781, also a Private under capt. John McMullen and Col. William Moore. 1781, also a Private under a Capt. Sargent and Col. William Moore. Born on 1/12/1758 in Orange (what became Caswell) County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Wallis, Edward Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Wallis, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Jan. 1782, a Sergeant.  Discharged on 5/20/1782.
Wallis, James Wilmington District Minutemen 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. James Love and Col. John Alexander Lillington. Lived in Duplin County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Charles Ward and Lt. Col. Thomas Routledge. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Taylor, attached to Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment). Born in 1743 in Craven (what became Jones) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wallis, James Wilmington District Minutemen 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. James Love and Col. John Alexander Lillington. Lived in Duplin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Taylor, attached to Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment). Born in October of 1747 in Craven (what became Jones) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wallis, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.  From Wake County, NC.  aka John Wallace.  W6410.
Wallis, 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.
Wallis, Matthew 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 March 1781, a Fifer in VA unit at the battle of Guilford Court House. Soon thereafter, he enlisted as a Fifer under Capt. Thomas Donoho. Discharged at Charlotte, NC in August 1782. Later lived in Wake County, NC. From Amelia County, VA. R11087. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wallis, Matthew Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. William Alexander and Col. Robert Irwin. 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Flanagan and Maj. William Richardson Davie in the Independent Corps of Light Horse. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Alexander and Col. Robert Irwin again. April 1781, in SC unit. Born on 3/1/1762 in PA. Hanging Rock (SC).
Wallron, Archibald 1st NC Regiment 1781 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Walls, John Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Walls, William Anson County Regiment 1776 2/9/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Harris. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Walser, Frederick Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Douglas Hayden and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Cowan and Col. Francis Locke. Born on 12/215/1760 in Lincoln County, PA.
Walsh, Robert 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 2/16/1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Walsh, William Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under a Capt. Singleton, attached to Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. (Bladen County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under a Capt. Davis and a Col. Porterfield (?). Born in 1760 in Cumberland County, NC. Lindley's Mill.
Walston, John Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. William Speight and Col. James Darnell.
Walston, Thomas Camden County Regiment 1782 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. John Jones and Col. Peter Dauge. 1782, also a Private under Capt. Peter Pouchet and Maj. Bennett Crafton (NC State Regiment).
Walston, William Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Walter, Dempsey 7th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Brickell.  Missing on 10/4/1777 at the battle of Germantown, PA. Germantown (PA).
Walter, Jeremiah 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.  Deserted in Jan. 1783.
Walter, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 10/13/1777, a Private under Capt. James Read.  9/8/1778, in same unit.
Walter, Paul 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Barringer and Col. Thomas Polk. Marched towards the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, learned at Camden, SC that the Loyalists were already defeated, went back home. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Caleb Phifer and Lt. Col. John Phifer. 1778-1779, a Private under CApt. William Houston and Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Detached to support Capt. Craig and Col. Elbert (GA). 1780, a Private under Capt. John McRee and Col. Robert Irwin. 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. From what became Cabarrus County. Born on 11/9/1755 in VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA).
Walter, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Brickell.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1777.
Walters, Asa Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Private who volunteered under Capt. Henry Taylor.
Walters, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Musician under Capt. Thomas Hogg.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  A Drum Major in July 1779.  aka John Waters.
Walters, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Johnson and Col. Elijah Isaacs. 1782, a Private under Capt. John Beverly (Surry County Regiment), attached to Col. Benjamin Herndon (Wilkes County Regiment). Born on 3/24/1763. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Walters, Jude Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Walters, Walter 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Died on 8/30/1779.
Walters, William Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1/19/1779, a known Private, unit unknown.
Walton, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Walton, John 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 June 1780, a Private under Capt. Harrison Macon and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Franklin County. Wounded at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Walton, Richard 1st NC Regiment 1776 1778 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1778.
Walton, William Sr. Wilkes County Regiment 1780 First in VA unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Brown and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born on 12/24/1735 in Goochland County, VA. Kings Mountain (SC).
Walton, William Jr. Wilkes County Regiment 1780 First in VA unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Brown and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Then in VA unit again. Born on 1/12/1767 in Amherst County, VA. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wamack, Johnson Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Camp and Col. Charles McDowell. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joshua Inman and Col. Charles McDowell. Then in a GA unit. Born on 1/2/1762 in Goochland County, VA. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA).
Wamble, Benjamin 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell for 2-1/2 years.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Warburton, Solomon 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/21/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Warburton, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.
Ward, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Died in Nov. 1781.
Ward, Daniel Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Ward, Darling Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Ward, David Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Ward, Drewry 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/16/1776, a Private under Capt. John Nelson for three years.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 5/15/1779.  aka Drury Ward.
Ward, Elijah 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.
Ward, Elijah 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Ward, Henry Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Reid. Lived in Surry County. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Gibson Wooldridge. Shallow Ford.
Ward, Isaac 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1780 7/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted in March 1780.
Ward, James 6th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Ward, James Bertie County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Thomas Pugh (resigned), then under Capt. John Wolfenden, both under Col. John Pugh Williams. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Faulk, attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Born in 1763 in Bertie County, NC. Briar Creek (GA).
Ward, James Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Ward, James Washington County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Spy under Capt. William Cocke and Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1779, a Spy for two years under Capt. James Shelby. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Ninian Hoskins and Col. John Sevier. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Ward, Job 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Ward, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.
Ward, John 4th NC Regiment 1776 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. John Nelson for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment) - sick on that date.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.
Ward, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/18/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.
Ward, John Duplin County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moved to SC, joined there. Born on 3/25/1756 on Deep River in NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Ward, John Surry County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Smith and Col. Joseph Williams. 1780, a Private under Capt. Absalom Bostick and Col. Martin Armstrong. Briar Creek (GA), Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Ward, John Surry County Regiment 1778 1781 First in VA unit. 1778-1779, a Wagoner under Capt. Henry Smith and Col. Joseph Williams. Fall of 1780, a Wagoner under Capt. John Morgan, attached to Col. John Peasley (Guilford County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Absalom Bostick and Col. Martin Armstrong. Lived in what became Stoke County. Born on 4/25/1755 in Culpeper County, VA.
Ward, John L. Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Christmas, attached to Col. James Allen (Halifax County Regiment). Marched towards Charleston, SC under Brig. Gen. William Caswell, learned at Moncks Corner of the town's surrender, and went back to Cross Creek. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. William Christmas, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, in a VA unit. 1782, on a Privateer. 1782, back to NC Militia as an Ensign. Born on 7/12/1763 in Bute (what became Warren) County, NC. Guilford Court House (maybe, unclear)
Ward, Joseph 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 Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.  Died at New Windsor Hospital.
Ward, Joseph NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Wake County.
Ward, Ludwick 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/29/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted on 8/5/1779.
Ward, Luke Duplin County Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. John Regan and Capt. James Wright, dates unknown. Added after books published. Information provided in June of 2017 by Mr. Porter Conerly.  
Ward, Matthew Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Ward, Richard 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 3/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Discharged on 12/1/1779.
Ward, Solomon Dobbs County Regiment 1778 5/19/1778, received a bounty for Militia service under Caswell.
Ward, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Ward, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Ward, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Deserted on 7/22/1777.
Ward, Thomas Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Matthew McCauley and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Whitesell's Mill, Guilford Court House.
Ward, William 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
Ward, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Brickell.  Deserted in Apr. 1777.
Ward, William Currituck County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Maj. John Poynter and Col. Gideon Lamb (a Continental officer). Lived in Pasquotank County. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Paley and Col. Gideon Lamb (a Continental officer).
Ward, William Rowan County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter Hedrick, attached to Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Lived in Chatham County. 1782, a Private under a Capt. Hadley. Run over by a wagon, which broke one of his legs, furloughed.
Ward, William Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1782 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. James Love and Col. John Alexander Lillington. Lived in Duplin County. 1777-1778, a Private under Capt. Daniel Williams (6th NC Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. Daniel Williams and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under CApt. William Dickson, Capt. John C. "Shay" Williams, Capt. William Hooks, and Capt. Michael Johnson Kenan, all under Col. James Kenan. 1782, a Private under Capt. Thomas Hooks and Col. James Kenan. Born on 12/20/1753 in Pitt County, NC. S7809. Moore's Creek Bridge, Brandywine Creek (PA), Portevent's Mill.
Ward, Willis 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/2/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 4/2/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).  From Nash County, NC.  W18255.
Warden, Samuel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. John Foster and Col. Robert Irwin. Then in SC units. Born on 3/17/1760 in County Londonderry, Ireland.
Wardrope, Edward Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Chambers, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Lewis Bledsoe, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Benjamin Blake, first under Col. John Hinton, Jr., then under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Trent and Col. John Hinton, Jr. Born in 1758 in what became Wake County, NC. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC). 
Ware, George DQMG 1780 1780, a Tailor 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).    Said to be an ex-Continental soldier (?).  Also on 8/23/1781.
Ware, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. Abel Armstrong, attached to Maj. Joseph McDowell. Spring of 1781, in SC unit. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Ware, James H. Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke. Most likely the same man as directly above (different sources). Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Ware, John Caswell County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Ware, John Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. William Hubbard and Col. James Thackston. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Lived in Orange County. 1777, in Caswell County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore. 1780, a Private under a Capt. Shepherd and a Col. Dixon (?) (probably meant Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle, a Continental officer), in Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt./Maj. Herndon Haralson and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. Sick during the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. Born on 5/4/1755 in Orange (what became Caswell) County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Ware, Joseph H. Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Ware, Joshua Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1/19/1779, a known Private, unit unknown.
Ware, Rowland Northampton County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private, unit unknown. Moved to Montgomery County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Randle (Anson County Regiment), attached to Maj. Buckner Kimbrell. 1781, also a Private under Capt. James Crump and Lt. Col. Thomas Childs. aka Roland Ware.
Ware, William 4th NC Regiment 1776 1777 Spring of 1776, a Private under Capt. Roger Moore for 13 months.  Lived in Orange (what became Caswell) County. 1779-1780, a Private under a Capt. Shepherd and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hubbard and Col. William Moore. Born on 2/11/759 in Orange (what became Caswell) County, NC. W6386. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Warf, George 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Warner, Hardin 5th NC Regiment 1779 10/1/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  W18253.
Warner, John 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/6/1776, a Private under Capt. Reading Blount for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney - 2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged in Oct. 1778.
Warner, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Warrell, James New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. Lived in Dobbs County.  Moore's Creek Bridge.
Warrell, John New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. Lived in Dobbs County.  Moore's Creek Bridge.
Warren, Archibald 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 4/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Warren, Edward 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Discharged in Aug. 1777.
Warren, Elijah Johnston County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Adj. Hardy Bryan and Maj. Samuel Smith, Jr. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Whitley and Col. John Smith. Born on 12/3/1753 in Johnston County, NC. Webber's Bridge.
Warren, Henry 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a known Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Pitt County.
Warren, Jacob 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Warren, John Northampton County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. William Madray, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on 4/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) at Pon Pon, SC. Born in 1764 in Northampton County, NC. S3457. Guilford Court House, Siege of Augusta (GA), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Warren, Joseph Hinson 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Warren, Matthew 6th NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. Thomas White.  Died on 2/9/1778.
Warren, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Warren, William 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/11/1776, a Private under Capt. Peter Simon, then Capt. Henry Darnell.  June 1778, under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged at Valley Forge on 4/29/1779.  S42052. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Warren, Zebulon 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Musician under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  Died on 2/15/1778.
Warthing, Richard Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private, unit unknown. Possibly under Capt. Alexander Clark. Killed at the battle of Lindley's Mill on 9/13/1781. Lindley's Mill.
Warton, James Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Warwick, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Warwick, Thomas 9th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Thomas McCrory.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Warwick, Wyatt 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/25/1782 at Wilmington, NC.  Joined at Tarborough, NC (Edgecombe County).  W3898.
Warwick, Wyatt Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Davis and Col. James Darnell. Possibly the same man as directly above.
Warwick, Wyatt Martin County Regiment 1779 On 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts. Probably the same man as above. aka Wyat Warrick.
Wash, John Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 First in GA unit. Was an Ensign in NC Militia. 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 Captain. Born on 12/23/1751. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Washington, Etheldred 7th NC Regiment 1777 7/12/1777, a Musician under Capt. James Vaughan for three years.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, a known Musician under Capt. Howell Tatum.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.
Washington, Nicholas Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wasson, Archibald Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Sharpe and Col. Francis Locke.  Also served from 1/26/1781 to 3/11/1781.
Wasson, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Lt. Joseph Sharpe, Capt. Johnson Sloan (killed), and Col. Francis Locke. Wounded at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. From what is now Alexander County. Ramseur's Mill.
Waterford, Charles 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Waters, George Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Waters, Isaac 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Williams.  Discharged in Nov. 1777.
Waters, John 6th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Waters, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1780 11/15/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 2/1/1780.
Waters, John Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. John Cleveland, then under Capt. John Beverly, both under Col. Martin Armstrong. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Waters, Moses Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Waters, Moses Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Francis Hargrove and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Beverly and Maj. Benjamin Herndon. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Cleveland and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born on 5/15/1753 in Baltimore County, MD. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Waters, Richard Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Waters, Solomon 4th NC Regiment 1782 2/6/1782, a Musician under Capt. James Mills.  A Private in Sep. 1782.
Waters, William 1st NC Regiment 1776 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Watford, Joseph Pitt County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. James Lanier, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Barrow, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then Salisbury. 1781, a Private under Capt. Jesse Proctor and Col. James Gorham. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Richard Reaves and Col. John Simpson. Born on 1/29/1742 in NC. Stono Ferry (SC), Webber's Bridge.
Watford, William 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Discharged in April 1779 at Halifax, NC.  From Bertie County, NC.  S3463.
Watkins, Daniel 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).
Watkins, David 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Watkins, 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).
Watkins, John Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Bartlett Searcey and Col. Joseph Taylor. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, met the retreating army, went to Charlotte then Salisbury. Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. William Gilliam, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). He makes it sound like he was not at the battle of Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC), but others in this unit claim they were, indeed, in said battle. 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Harrison and Col. Joseph Taylor. Born in 1762. aka John Wadkins. S11662. Guilford Court House.
Watkins, Mitchell New Hanover County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. James Love, attached to Col. James Kenan. Lived in Duplin County.
Watkins, Samuel Richmond County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Wall, attached to Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Zack McDonald, attached to Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Dudley Mask and Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Born on 6/15/1760 in Anson County, NC. Beatti's Bridge.
Watkins, Shadrack 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read.
Watkins, Thomas Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Gordon, first attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment), then attached to Lt. Col. James Miller (Rutherford County Regiment), then attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Then joined a SC unit. Haw River, Guilford Court House, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Watson, Alexander 3rd NC Regiment 1782 3/12/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 12 mos.
Watson, Ephraim 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.  aka Ephraim Whatson.
Watson, Isham Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Watson, James 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. William Temple Coles.  Deserted on 9/22/1777.
Watson, James 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).
Watson, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Hunter and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Watson, John NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Said to have been of Capt. Moore's company, sent on an errand and never returned. Same man as directly below.
Watson, John NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. James Moore and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Deserted in July '81. Lived in Orange County.
Watson, John Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Commissary and Assistant QM. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Moore and Col. William O'Neal. 1781, a Sergeant.
Watson, John Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780 First in PA unit. 1780, a Forage Master under Capt. Robert Gilkey. 1780, also a Captain. Ramseur's Mill.
Watson, John Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780 and 1781, a Private under Capt. James Wilson and Col. John Sevier. Born on 12/11/1759 in Bedford County, VA. Kings Mountain (SC), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Watson, Lott 2nd NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.
Watson, Micajah 5th NC Regiment 1777 1780 11/26/1777, a Private under Capt. William Caswell.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC.  On some muster rolls as Michael Watson.  From Hertford County, NC.  W4096. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Watson, Miles 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford.  Died on 9/12/1778.
Watson, Neal 3rd NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 12 mos.
Watson, Neal 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.  S42056.
Watson, Philip 9th NC Regiment 1777 1780 1/16/1777, a Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Wagoner in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  Discharged on 1/27/1780 in Halifax, NC.  Enlisted in Granville County, NC.  W6413. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Watson, Robert 5th NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/16/1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Stedman.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  Deserted on 4/29/1779.
Watson, Solomon 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.
Watson, Thomas 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Watson, William DQMG 1780 1780, a Saddler on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Leather Worker under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General), making saddles, harnesses, caps, etc.
Watson, William 5th NC Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.  Deserted five times.
Watson, William Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Robert Gilkey and Col. Andrew Hampton. 1780, a Private under Capt. Patrick Watson and Col. Andrew Hampton. 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Woods and Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Hugh Beatty and Col. Robert Porter. Born in November of 1758 in York County, PA. Cane Creek, Kings Mountain (SC).
Watt, James Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. James Purviance and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. David Caldwell and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Caldwell Crawford and Col. Francis Locke. Born on 12/17/1757 in Rowan County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Watts, Andrew 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Thomas Harris.  Died on 2/19/1778.
Watts, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Walton for 12 months.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Watts, Peter 4th NC Regiment 1776 1777 May 1776, a Private under Capt. John Nelson.  In service about one year.  Enlisted from Guilford County, NC where he lived until around 1779 - moved to Kentucky.  Born 1756 in Culpeper County, VA.  S30765.
Watts, Thomas Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1/19/1779, a known Private, unit unknown.
Watts, William 9th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook.  Died on 9/9/1777.
Wauson, William A Private for ~2 years, unit(s) and dates unknown. Moved to KY after the war.
Waycroft, Mark 2nd NC Regiment 1777 6/13/1777, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).
Waymouth, Corbin 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1778 12/18/1776, a Private under Capt. James Gee.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  A Corporal in Nov. 1778.   POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Discharged on 1/1/1780.
Weaks, Dixon 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 12 months.  Discharged on 6/11/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Wear, James Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Edmondson and Col. John Sevier. aka James Weir. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wear, John Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Wear (his brother) and Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Sevier, then under Capt. William Tate, both under Col. John Sevier. 1782, a Private under Capt. Moses Moore, then under Capt. Samuel Wear, both under Col. John Sevier. Born on 1/12/1741 in Bucks County, PA. aka John Ware, John Weir. Kings Mountain (SC), Yorktown (VA), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Wearing, James 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 6/30/1777, a Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.  Deserted on 7/2/1777.
Weather, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.
Weathers, Elisha Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Hugh Blair and Col. William Graham, in the Commissary department issuing provisions to the Army. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Lofton, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment).  1781, also a Private under Capt. James Lytle, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Guarded the baggage during the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Lofton and Col. Joseph Dickson. Born on 8/14/1762 in Stafford County, VA. Guilford Court House.
Weathers, James NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Henderson and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Lived in Granville County. Ramsey's Mill.
Weathers, Philip 3rd NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall.
Weathers, Valentine Rutherford County Regiment 1782 1782 First in SC unit. 1782, a Private under Capt. James Wilson, attached to Col. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Lived in Lincoln County. Born on 3/3/1765 in Stafford County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Weathers, Willis Franklin County Regiment 1780 1782 Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jenkins Devaney, first attached to Lt. Col. Henry Hart (Edgecombe County Regiment), then attached to Lt. Col. John Branch (Halifax County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment), then under Capt. Clement Hall (3rd NC Regiment). Discharged on 4/12/1782 (2nd NC Regiment). Born on 3/29/1759 in Sussex County, VA. S7862.
Weathersby, Lewis Martin County Regiment 1779 1781 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts. 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Harrell (Hertford County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner (Halifax County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. John Lowry (Wayne County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Bryant and Col. Whitmell Hill. aka Lewis Weathersbe. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Weathersby, Thomas Martin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Nathan Mayo, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, then ordered to help Col. Thomas Sumter (SC), learned of his defeat, went to Salisbury, chased by the British to Shallow Ford.
Weatherspoon, Lawrence 6th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Philip Taylor.  Deserted on 7/5/1777.
Weaver, Asael New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Weaver, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 4/25/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Weaver, Daniel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/26/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 6/26/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Weaver, Edward 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 5/15/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Weaver, Frederick Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Pemberton and Col. Isaac Shelby. Kings Mountain (SC).
Weaver, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1780 5/18/1777 or 7/3/1777 (two sources), a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), exchanged.  S42161. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Weaver, John Washington County Regiment 1778 1782 1778, a Private under Capt. Jacob Brown and Col. John Carter. 1779, a Private under Capt. James Moore and Col. John Sevier. 1782, a Private under Capt. Thomas Wood and Col. John Sevier. Born on 3/11/1762 near Camden, SC. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Weaver, Samuel Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Camplin, 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. William Bostick and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1781, a Private under Capt. Jacob Camplin and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1781, in a VA unit for several weeks. Born in 1755 in Cumberland County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Weaver, Samuel Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Abraham Bledsoe and Col. William Christian (VA). Probably considered a VA unit. 1777, in Washington County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wilson and Lt. Col. John Sevier. 1779, a Private under Capt. Amos Bird and Col. John Sevier. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Brown, then under Capt. James Stinson, both under Col. John Sevier. Born on 9/9/1759 in Halifax County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Boyd's Creek (TN), Kings Mountain (SC).
Weaver, Shadrack Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Clark and Col. John Luttrell. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Johnson and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). Born on 8/2/1766 in Orange (what became Chatham) County, NC. Lindley's Mill, Raft Swamp.
Weaver, Travis 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.
Weaver, William Granville County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Gilliam, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Richard Stringfellow and Col. Joseph Taylor making cartridges and canteens for the Army.
Webb, Benjamin Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 First in PA unit. 1776, a Private under Capt. William Asher and Col. William Christian (VA). Probably considered a VA unit. 1779, in Sullivan County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Webb (his brother), attached to Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment). 1780, a Privae under Capt. Jonathan Webb and Col. Isaac Shelby. Born in 1755 in Bucks County, PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Boyd's Creek (TN), Kings Mountain (SC).
Webb, Charles 2nd NC Regiment 1779 A Corporal under Capt. Charles Allen.  9/10/1778, a known Corporal under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.  A Private in Feb. 1779.
Webb, George Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Webb, George Sullivan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Lt. Moses Looney and Col. Isaac Shelby. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Webb (his brother) and Col. Isaac Shelby. Born in 1758 in Bucks County, PA. Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Webb, Jacob 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/12/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 4/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Webb, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 7/20/1778, a Fifer under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley (3rd NC Regiment) for nine months. Enlisted in April 1778 in Dobbs County. Discharged at Halifax, NC in May 1779. S42062. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Webb, James 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).
Webb, Jesse Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Britton Harris and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Carter and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then Salisbury. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Richards and Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1781, a Private for seven months under Capt. Robert Smith (1st NC Regiment). Hired a substitute for remaining five months. Born on 4/29/1756 in Isle of Wight County, VA. W18333. Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House, Siege of Augusta (GA).
Webb, Jesse Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Webb, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a Private in the Colonel's Company as a 3-year man. Probably at the Fall of Charleston, SC in May 1780. Lived in Wilkes County. 1781, a Private in NC Militia, unit not named. Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. R11247. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Webb, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Robert Smith.  Discharged on 8/10/1777.
Webb, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 9/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).
Webb, John 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Jethro Sumner and Col. Samuel Jarvis. Lived in VA, enlisted in Gates County. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, at Hillsborough learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte. Then in VA unit.
Webb, John Richmond County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Wall and Col. Thomas Crawford.  Beatti's Bridge.
Webb, Johnston Orange County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. John Atkinson and Col. John Hogan. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Fall of 1776, a Private under Capt. James Falker and Lt. Col. William Moore (Northern Orange County Regiment). Starte on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777, in Caswell County. 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Briar Creek (GA).
Webb, Joseph 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Webb, Joseph 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/20/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Webb, Joshua 2nd NC Regiment 1777 5/20/1777, a Private under Capt. William Fenner for 3 years.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.
Webb, Lewis 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Musician under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Webb, Moses Sullivan County Regiment 1780 First in PA unit. 1780, a Private under Col. Isaac Shelby, Captain not named. Later in SC unit. Kings Mountain (SC).
Webb, Rice 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/12/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 4/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Webb, Richard 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.
Webb, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Webb, William Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Webb, William Granville County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Express Rider under Lt. Col. Charles R. Eaton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Weble, John 1st NC Regiment 1782 1/20/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.  On 2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.
Webley, Samuel 6th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.  Died on 12/8/1777.
Webster, Richard 2nd NC Regiment 1776 12/23/1776, a Private under Capt. William Fenner for 3 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).
Weeks, David Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1775, a Private under Capt. James Houston and Col. Thomas Polk. 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Mebane and Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment). 1778, a Private under Capt. Micajah Lewis (Wilkes County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer); might have been considered to be in the New Levies. Also served as a Private under Capt. John Springsteel, Capt. William Alexander, and Maj. William Polk, dates not given. Born in 1750 in Louisa County, VA. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Weeks, Hardy 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Martin.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Weeks, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Brownfield and Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Flanagan and Maj. William Richardson Davie in the Independent Corps of Light Horse. Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Lowery and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. 1781, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Potts and Maj. Thomas Harris. Born on 6/11/1754 in Augusta County, VA. Briar Creek (GA), Hanging Rock (SC).
Weeks, Joseph Halifax County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Wagoner under Capt. William Jarvis, then under Capt. Joel Sherrod (Northampton County Regiment), both attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. Isaac Harris and Lt. Col. John Branch. 1781, a Private under Capt. Howell Tatum, then under Capt. Joseph Kidd, both attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment).
Weeks, Levi 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/3/1776, a Private under Capt. George Mitchell, then Capt. Benjamin Pike, then Capt. Thomas Donoho for 2-1/2 years.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Also a Life Guard to Maj. Gen. George Washington.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  Drafted again in 1781 to serve under Capt. Samuel Jones (3rd NC Regiment).  From Carteret County, NC. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Weeks, Silas 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Died on 5/22/1778.
Weeks, Sylvanus 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Died on 3/15/1778.
Weeks, Theophilus 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/20/1776, a Private under Capt. George Mitchell, then Capt. Thomas Donoho for 2-1/2 years.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.  Rejoined in Jan. 1778.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  Born 10/21/1760.  W22579.
Weeks, Thomas Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Wegons, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Abraham Moulton and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Weil, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Welch, Basil 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 11/1/1776, a Private under Capt. Pinketham Eaton.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 12/1/1778.  aka Brazil Welsh.
Welch, C. Noah 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  Died on 4/21/1783.
Welch, James Tryon County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. Adam Hampton and Lt. Col. Andrew Hampton. 1778, a Private under Capt. Adam Hampton, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1779, in Rutherford County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Adam Hampton, attached to Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Adam Hampton and Lt. Col. James Miller.  Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Welch, John Cumberland County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Council. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Welch, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. James Shepherd, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Smith. Then in a VA unit. Briar Creek (GA).
Welch, Thomas 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. James Morrison and Lt. Col. Charles McDowell. Lived in Tryon County. 1777, a Private for several tours under Capt. Joseph McDowell and Maj. Joseph McDowell, mostly at Cathey's Fort. Lived in what became Lincoln County. Born in 1749 in Lancaster County, PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Welch, William Orange County Regiment Two tours in NC Militia (units not identified), then a Continental under Capt. William Lytle, dates not provided. Apparently back in NC Militia, unit(s) and dates unknown. R11293. Brandywine Creek (PA), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Welch, William 1st NC Regiment 1782 Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Probably from Carteret County, NC.
Weldon, Samuel DQMG 1780 A Blacksmith under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).  Also on 8/23/1781.
Wellborn, Caleb Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier. aka Caleb Wilborn.
Wellborn, Elias Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Hinds, then under Capt. William York, both under Col. John Collier. Lived in Wilkes County. 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Cleveland, attached to Lt. Col. Charles Tuffin Armand (VA). 1781, a Private under Maj. Nathaniel Gordon and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, also a Private under a Capt. Wilson and Maj. Nathaniel Gordon, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1782, a Lieutenant. Born on 9/9/1759 in Orange (what became Guilford then Randolph) County, NC. Rugeley's Mill #1 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wellborn, Isaac Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Francis Hargrove and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, an Acting Lieutenant under Capt. John Barton and Col. Elijah Isaacs. Moved to Randolph County. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Hinds, attached to Lt. Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. William York and Col. John Collier. Born in 1758 in Orange (what became Guilford) County, NC. aka Isaac Welborn. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Wellborn, Joshua NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1781 Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Dougan and Col. William Richardson Davie. Lived in Randolph County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Hinds, attached to Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. William York and Col. John Collier. Loyalists ransacked his home, then captured him. He bribed one to let him escape. He found Capt. John Cleveland and Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) and joined on the spot. In the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on 4/20/1758 in Orange (what became Guilford then Randolph) County, NC. aka Joshua Welborn. Charlotte.
Wellman, William Rowan County Regiment A Private under Capt. Elias Langhorn and Col. Francis Locke, dates unknown. A Guard at Salisbury, NC.
Wellmot, Thomas Randolph County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden (SC). Camden (SC).
Wells, Barnabas Richmond County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Lived in Rowan County. Father of George Wells below. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wells, George Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Lopp and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Wade (Richmond County Regiment). Born on 2/15/1764 in Rowan County, NC. Barnabas Wells, above, was his father. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wells, Isaac 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/15/1781, a Private under Lt./Capt. Benjamin Bailey.  Discharged on 5/15/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Wells, Isaac 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Sep. 1779.
Wells, Jacob Duplin County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Frederick Wells and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Stallings, then under Capt. James Gillespie, both under Col. James Kenan. POW at the battle of Rockfish Creek, soon released. Born in 1758 in New Hanover County, NC. Rockfish Creek.
Wells, Jesse 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Private under Ens. William Caswell, Lt. John Herritage, Capt. Simon Bright for six months. Served eight months. Lived in Dobbs County. 1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Born in October of 1749 in Amelia County, VA. S3499.
Wells, John 1st NC Regiment 1782 Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.
Wells, Uriah 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 6/8/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for 18 months.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1779.
Wells, William Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. John Sharp and Col. Matthew Locke. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Hutchison (Lincoln County Regiment), attached to Col. Robert Irwin (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Born in 1760 in Calvert County, MD. Rocky Mount (SC).
Wells, Willis 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Micajah Lewis.  Died on 11/16/1777.  aka Willis Wills.
Welsh, Thomas 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Wentz, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Matthias Beaver, Maj. James White, and Col. George Alexander. Badly wounded at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Wescoat, Jeremiah Brunswick County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Gause and Col. Edward Wingate. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Russ and Col. Edward Wingate. Born in 1765 in VA. Hood's Creek.
West, Alexander Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Francis Hargrove and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Peter O'Neal (Guilford County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Charles Porterfield (VA). 1781, a Private under Capt. Pendleton Isbell and Col. Elijah Isaacs. Born in 1751 in what became Orange County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
West, Ciprian 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
West, Cypher Amm 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).
West, George Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Private who volunteered under Capt. Samuel Loftin.
West, George Franklin County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. William Hill and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Moved to Lincoln County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Robert Alexander and Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). 1780, in SC unit. 1780, back in NC and a Private under Capt. William Chronicle and Maj. Joseph Dickson. Born in Bertie County, NC.
West, George NC State Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. John Grainger, then under Capt. Joseph Sessions, both under Lt. Col. Richard Nixon. Lived in Dobbs County. Then an Ensign. Born on 8/27/1749 in MD.
West, James 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
West, John Gates County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Stephen Your, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1780, a Private under Capt. James Johnson (Bladen County Regiment), attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, held until November of 1781. Born on 4/22/1762.
West, John Onslow County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Amos Love and Col. John Spicer. 1781, a Private under Capt. Daniel Newton and Col. John Spicer. 1781, a Corporal. Born on 3/12/1763 in MD.
West, Joseph 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/12/1776, a Sergeant under Capt. John Pugh Williams for 2-1/2 years.  A Private in Nov. 1777.  Back to Sergeant in Jan. 1778.  Back to Private on 5/20/1778.  Discharged in Oct. 1778.
West, Joseph Craven County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Archibald Weeks, attached to Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
West, Leonard Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Isaac Shockey, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Lived in Lincoln County. 1781, in SC unit. Born on 8/12/1760 in Granville County, NC.
West, Levy 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 May 1776, a Drummer under Capt. George Mitchell, then Capt. Benjamin Pike.  A Drum Major in Sep. 1777.  Oct. 1777, a Musician under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  He claims to have served a full three years and was discharged in 1779.  S39122. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
West, Meredith 1st NC Regiment 1781 12/22/1781, a Private under Capt. James Mills for 12 months.  On 2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.
West, Nathaniel 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.  Died on 11/30/1777.  aka Nath. Weat.
West, Robert 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.
West, Robert Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Twitty, attached to Col. William Graham (Lincoln County Regiment). Lived in Lincoln County. Then in SC units. Born in 1765 in Orange County, NC.
West, Samuel 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford for 18 months.
West, Stephen Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
West, Stephen Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Yep, two of 'em. Moore's Creek Bridge.
West, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/18/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 5/18/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).  W18304.
West, William Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Douglas, attached to Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). Lived in Chatham County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Taverner Marsh and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Lindley's Mill.
West, William Randolph County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
West, Willis Bladen County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under a Capt. Roundtree. Served about 18 months.
Westbrook, Dempsey Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Westbrook, Gray Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1780 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow. 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Westbrook, Moses Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Westbrook, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. John Brown.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Deserted on 2/12/1779.
Westbrook, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
Westerdale, Francis 2nd NC Regiment 1776 3/30/1776, a Musician under Lt./Capt. William Fenner.  A Private in June 1778 in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).
Weston, Amos 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
Weston, James Hertford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Gregory, then under Capt. Joseph Yates, both attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Abner Perry and Col. George Wynns. Born in 1759 in Hertford County, NC.
Weston, John 3rd NC Regiment 1781 9/24/1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.
Weston, Solomon Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Westray, Daniel 4th NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. William Temple Coles for nine months.  Sick during the battle of Stono Ferry, SC.  From Franklin County, NC.  S7851.
Whaley, Ezekiel 10th NC Regiment 1777 1783 7/20/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  A Musician in Sep. 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Fifer in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Discharged on 7/4/1783.  Enlisted in Duplin County, NC.  aka Ezekiel Wheely.  S42064. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Whaley, Francis 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Musician under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Whaley, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Musician under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Wharton, James 7th NC Regiment 1777 4/6/1777, a Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).
Whatley, Daniel Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Trousdale and Col. William O'Neal. 1781, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Christmas and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill.
Whatley, Michael Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Thompson, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Peter O'Neal and Col. John Peasley (Guilford County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. George Hodge and Col. Hugh Tinnen. Born in 1750 in Culpeper County, VA. Camden (SC).
Wheatley, Alexander Martin County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Private under Capt. Abraham Hardy and Col. William Williams. 1776, moved to Pitt County. 1780, a Sergeant. 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Reaves, then under Capt. Samuel Stafford, both under Col. John Simpson.
Wheatley, George Surry County Regiment 1775 1780 1775, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Walton, then under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland, both under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Herndon and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Wheeden, John Duplin County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. John C. "Shay" Williams and Lt. Col. Thomas Routledge. 1778 and 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hubbard and Col. James Kenan. 1781, also a Private under Capt. James Gillespie and Col. James Kenan. Born in November of 1756 in VA.
Wheeler, Asa 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1782 1/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  A Corporal in Sep. 1782.
Wheeler, Benjamin 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 5/14/1782.  aka Benjamin Wheelor.
Wheeler, David 3rd NC Regiment 1779 5/23/1779, a Musician under Capt. Michael Quinn for 18 months.  aka David Wheelor.
Wheeler, Emperor 1779 A Private, regiment, unit, and dates unknown.
Wheeler, George 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. aka George Whelar.
Wheeler, Henry Cumberland County Regiment 1779 1781 First in SC unit. 1779, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel King of the New Levies, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Lived in Wake County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Patrick Travis and Col. Philip Alston. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born in what became Chatham County, NC. Stono Ferry (SC).
Wheeler, John Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Buchanan and Maj. Evan Shelby, Sr. Probably considered a VA unit. 1777, in Washington County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Martin and Col. John Carter. 1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Clark and Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1780, a Lieutenant. Island Flats (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Wheeler, Joseph Halifax County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. William Jarvis (promoted to Major), then under Capt. Joel Sherrod (Northampton County Regiment), attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. Isaac Harris and Lt. Col. John Branch. 1781, a Private under Capt. Howell Tatum and Col. James Allen. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Joseph Kidd and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) as a Guard at the Halifax Jail. Born on 11/12/1760 in Halifax County, NC. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Wheeler, Samuel 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/18/1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  aka Samuel Whelor.
Wheeler, William NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Wake County. Possibly the same man as directly below (different sources).
Wheeler, William Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Sharp and Lt. Col. John Humphreys. Lived in Wake County. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wheelis, Sion 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Wheelow, H. Edward 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/2/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Deserted on 7/12/1781.
Whicker, James Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hester and Col. Joseph Taylor. His brother, William, then took his place. Guilford Court House.
Whicker, William Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. William Gilliam, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hester and Col. Joseph Taylor, serving out the remainder of his brother's, James, tour. 1781, also a Private under Capt. James Blackwell and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born in May of 1763 in Hanover County, VA. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Whicker, William Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Sergeant. 1780, a Private under Capt. George Pearce and Col. John Peasley. Lived in Granville County. 1781, a Sergeant again. Born in 1760 in Hanover County, VA. Shallow Ford.
Whiddon, Noah Nash County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (a Continental officer) and Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton.
Whilley, Arthur 2nd NC Regiment 1776 5/2/1776, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).
Whit, Charles Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Kings Mountain (SC).
Whitaker, Alexander Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under a Capt. Davis and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Wilson, attached to Lt. Col. Robert Lanier (Surry County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Jesse Knighton and Maj. William Rutherford (Rutherford County Regiment). Born on 8/31/1751 in NC. Hanging Rock (SC), Camden (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Whitaker, Isaac Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Whitaker, Mark Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Elijah Lyons and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. Douglas Hayden and Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Whitaker, Richard Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Kerney and Lt. Col. Stephen Kerney. Born in 1762 in Halifax County, NC.
Whitaker, Robert L. 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 Jul. 1782, under Lt. Robert Bell, then under Capt. Benjamin Carter (2nd NC Regiment).  Furloughed in July 1783 at James Island, SC.  Enlisted in Franklin County, NC.  W10276.
Whitby, Hamford Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
White, Andrew Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Guy and Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Morrison, attached to Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements.
White, Benjamin 2nd NC Regiment 1782 Apr. 1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  
White, Benjamin 4th NC Regiment 1776 1777 May 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Smith for 12 months.  Lived in Mecklenburg County. Discharged in May 1777 at Wilmington, NC. 1779, a Sergeant under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes (4th NC Regiment) for nine months. 1781, in SC unit. S39123. Ft. George - Bald Head Island.
White, Benjamin 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans.  Died in Jan. 1783.
White, Benjamin Craven County Regiment A Private under Capt. John Council Bryan, then under Capt. Farniford Green, dates unknown. Two tours of three months each as a Guard at the New Bern Jail. Born on 2/11/1763.
White, Burrall 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1778.
White, Christopher 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 5/9/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  July 1781, transferred to the Legion (State or Lee's - unknown).
White, Churchill 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/16/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  Discharged on 5/16/1782.  1782, a Private under Capt. Thomas Evans (4th NC Regiment) for 18 months.  aka Church White.
White, Daniel 1st NC Regiment 1775 1775, a Private under Capt. William Pickett for one year. Capt. Pickett resigned. He then joined as a Private under Capt. Richard D. Cook (9th NC Regiment) for two years. He was denied a pension by the War Department because he was considered to be a deserter. Lived in Anson County, NC. R11405. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge, Brandywine Creek (PA).
White, Daniel 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 10/24/1776, a Musician under Capt. John Enloe for three years.  A Private in Oct. 1777.  Back to Musician in Jan. 1778.  Back to Private in Apr. 1778.  9/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  From Edgecombe County, NC.  W6479.
White, Daniel Richmond County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Lived in Anson County. In 1842, his widow asserted that he was earlier  in the NC Continental Line, and that he was in several other battles (R11433). Probably the same man as described in R11405 above, whose 1832 application was rejected because he was on the rolls as a deserter. Eutaw Springs (SC).
White, Daniel Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Allen and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis (Surry County Regiment), then under Capt. David Viars, both under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, a Private under Capt. Ralwin Judd and Col. Benjamin Herndon. Born in April of 1761 in Orange County, VA.
White, David 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
White, David Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Farmer and Col. Ambrose Ramsey (got sick), then attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Lived in Caswell County. Camden (SC).
White, David Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Farmer and Col. Ambrose Ramsey (got sick), then attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Lived in Orange County. Born in May of 1762. Camden (SC).
White, Dempsey 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1779 3/20/1776, a Private under Capt. James Martin for 2-1/2 years.  Deserted on 11/1/1779 (?).
White, Devotion 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
White, Edward 3rd NC Regiment 1782 4/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.
White, Elisha 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/29/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1779.
White, Ezekiel 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/4/1776, a Private under Capt. John McLane, then Capt. Micajah Lewis for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.  Discharged on 5/14/1779 at Paramus, NJ.  Enlisted at Windsor, NC in Bertie County, his home.  S42070. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
White, George 1st NC Regiment 1782 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
White, George 4th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. James Williams.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. Thomas Clark) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Gambier Scull.
White, George 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Sep. 1779.
White, George Caswell County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under a Capt. Fernoy and Col. William Moore. Marched his company to Camden, SC; stationed there for three months in early '78. 1779, a Private under Capt. William Witcher and Col. William Moore. 1781, a Private under Capt. Berryman Turner. Guarded the baggage during the Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC). Born in 1755 near Belhaven, VA. Stono Ferry (SC).
White, Haines 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.  Deserted on 8/30/1778.  Rejoined in Nov. 1778 for the duration of the war.
White, Hampton 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Walton for 12 months.  Discharged on 6/14/1782.
White, Hampton 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.
White, Henry 1st NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/9/1776, a Private under Ens./Lt./Capt. James Read.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
White, Henry Granville County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Barnett Pulliam and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 5/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on 6/14/1782. Philip White was his brother. R11410. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
White, Jacob Jr. 10th NC Regiment 1777 4/21/1777, a Musician under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  9/9/1778, in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).  Jan. 1782, re-enlisted for the duration of the war.
White, Jacob Sr. 10th NC Regiment 1777 4/21/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney) (2nd NC Regiment).
White, Jacob 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
White, James 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
White, James 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  Died on 1/27/1778.
White, John 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot for 18 months.
White, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. James Gee.  Died on 5/16/1778.
White, John 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. James Emmett.  Died on 4/12/1778.
White, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 1/4/1777, a Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum - sick on that date in Princeton.  Died in Aug. 1778 (?) (probably Sept.)
White, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1779 3/6/1777, a Private under Lt./Capt. John Baker for 3 years.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1779.  From Bertie County, NC.  S42067.
White, John Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
White, John Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under a Capt. Gwinn, nothing more known. Might not be from Mecklenburg County.
White, John New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. George McCulloch and Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth.
White, John Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
White, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
White, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Sharpe and Col. Francis Locke.  Also served from 1/26/1781 to 3/11/1781.
White, John Surry County Regiment 1779 1782 First in VA unit. 1779, a Private under Capt. Edmund Sams and Col. Joseph Williams. 1782, a Private under a Capt. Young and Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment). Born in 1760 in Culpeper County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
White, Joseph 10th NC Regiment 1777 1780 4/21/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Discharged on 3/1/1780. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
White, Joseph 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 8/13/1777, a Cadet under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
White, Joseph 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
White, Joseph Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private - unit unknown. 1776, an Ensign. Moore's Creek Bridge.
White, Malachi 5th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Dropped from the rolls in July 1779.  Rejoined in Nov. 1779.
White, Meeds 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
White, Moses Mecklenburg County Regiment A Private under Capt. James Houston, dates unknown. Lived in Rowan County.
White, Peter 5th NC Regiment 1779 1780 Feb. 1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  Served 12-1/2 months.  Discharged at Halifax, NC.  From Bertie County, NC.  S42066.
White, Philip Granville County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Barnett Pulliam and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Early 1781, a Private, unit unknown. 5/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on 6/14/1782. Henry White was his brother. W6478. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
White, Richard 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1779 10/2/1776, a Private under Capt. John Armstrong for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Robert Fenner.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Rejoined in Nov. 1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
White, Robert Dobbs County Regiment 1781 2/14/1781, a known Private, unit unknown.
White, Samuel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1775, a Private under Col. Thomas Polk, Captain not named. From what became Cabarrus County. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC).
White, Samuel Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Johnson Sloan and Maj. Walter Sharp, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Fletcher (Wilkes County Regiment), attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) Born in 1755 in Rowan County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
White, Stephen Granville County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Charles Yancey, then under Capt. Richard Harrison, both under Col. Joseph Taylor. April 1781, a Private under Capt. William Armstrong (1st NC Regiment) for 12 months. Soon thereafter, assigned to QM and Capt. Edmund Gamble at Salisbury (Rowan County Regiment of Militia) guarding the Public Magazine, finished his term of service and was discharged. War Department did not consider this 1781 service to be on the NC Continental Line. Born on 11/25/1752 in Granville County, NC. S3542.
White, Thomas NC Light Dragoons 1776 1780 April 1776, a Private under Capt. John Dickerson (Provincial Troops). Lived in Granville County. 3/7/1777, this unit was placed on the NC Continental Line, and he was then under Capt. Samuel Ashe as a Corporal. Discharged in October 1778. 1780, a Private under Capt. Ralph Banks, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Born on 9/11/1759 in Granville County, NC. W1521.
White, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1782 - sick.
White, Thomas Sullivan County Regiment 1781 1782 First in Maryland units. 1781, a Private under Capt. Moses Cavett and Col. Isaac Shelby. 1782, a Private under Capt. Thomas Vincens and Lt. Col. Joseph Martin of the Washington County Regiment of Militia. This info found after books were published. S31474. Moncks Corner #4, Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
White, Timothy 1st NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 3/20/1779.
White, Wallace 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.
White, William 1st NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. James Read.  Died on 3/31/1778.
White, William 1st NC Regiment 1778 2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.
White, William 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.  Died on 5/26/1783.
White, William 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
White, William 3rd NC Regiment 1782 10/22/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey.
White, William 10th NC Regiment 1778 1/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment) - sick in camp on that date.  Deserted on 3/8/1779.   3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.
White, William Anson County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Dudley Mask and Col. Thomas Wade. 1781, a Private under Capt. John McGuire and Col. Thomas Wade. 1781, also a Private for several tours under Capt. John DeJarnett and Col. Thomas Wade. Born on 10/25/1752 in Prince William County, VA.
White, William Dobbs County Regiment 1781 2/14/1781, a known Private, unit unknown.
White, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Blair and Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
White, William NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Harris and Col. William Richardson Davie. Also a Wagoner, unit and dates unknown. Lived in what became Cabarrus County.
Whitehead, Benjamin Halifax County Regiment 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. William Brinkley and then Capt. John Pitts, both under Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Halifax County.
Whitehead, Bennett Halifax County Regiment 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. William Brinkley and then Capt. John Pitts, both under Col. Samuel Jarvis, From Halifax County.  aka Benet Whitehead.
Whitehead, Burrell Duplin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. John Whitehead and Col. James Kenan. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Affa Williams and Col. James Kenan. Born on 3/12/1752 in Edgecombe County, NC. Heron's Bridge, Tory Hole, Rockfish Creek.
Whitehead, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jacob Johnston [4]. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whitehead, John 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Elijah Moore, then Capt. Alexander Brevard (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months.  Entered the service in Hillsborough, NC.  W6495.
Whitehead, John 5th NC Regiment 1776 1777 3/1/1776, a Private later assigned to Capt. William Caswell for 12 months.  Discharged on 7/12/1777 at Halifax, NC.  Possibly also served as a Corporal, if not for all his time, at least for part of it.  Later in NC Militia, unit unknown.  From Craven County, NC. S42065.
Whitehead, Solomon Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Whitehead, William 2nd NC Regiment 1779 Feb. 1779, a Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock for 2-1/2 years.
Whitehouse, Anthony 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Whitehouse, Joel 8th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Rejoined in Nov. 1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Whitehurst, Anthony Pasquotank County Regiment 1782 1782, a Private under a Capt. Walson of Perquimans or Gates County. Marched to Charleston, SC and assigned to Mr. John Rae to make uniforms for the Army.
Whitehurst, Arthur Pitt County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private, unit unknown. 1781, a Private under Capt. Godfrey Stancil and Col. John Salter. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Nicholas Long, Jr. and Col. Benjamin Williams in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment (State Troops). Camden (SC).
Whitehurst, Richard 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. John Salter and Col. Thomas Brown in the newly-created 1st Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. Lived in Pitt County. Served two more tours, Captains and dates not identified.
Whitehurst, Simon New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1779 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell and Col. Richard Caswell. Lived in Beaufort County. 1776, a Private under Capt. John Salter and Col. Thomas Brown in the newly-created 1st Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1778, a Private under Capt. Robert Thaxton, attached to Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). 1779, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Cannon, Capt. Seth Stafford, and Capt. George Faulkner (all of the Pitt County Regiment), attached to Col. John Pugh Williams (Bertie County Regiment). POW at the battle of Briar Creek, GA, on the prison ship Munificence for two months, escaped. 1779, also a Private under Capt. John White (Pitt County Regiment), attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Wounded in the battle of Stono Ferry, SC. Born on 11/27/1755 in Princess Anne County, VA. Moore's Creek Bridge, Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC).
Whitehurst, Wiley 1779 First in GA unit. 1779, a Private in NC Militia, unit unknown.
Whiteley, Micajah 1st NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. William Armstrong.
Whitely, Elijah Sr. Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whitely, James Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whitely, Joseph Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whitely, Joseph New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Garland and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whiteman, Matthias Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Henry Whitesell and Col. John Peasley. Camden (SC).
Whitener, Abram Lincoln County Regiment 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. From what is now Catawba County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Whitener, Benjamin Lincoln County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Catawba County.
Whitener, Daniel Lincoln County Regiment 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. From what is now Catawba County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Whitener, Michael Lincoln County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Catawba County.
Whites, Batson 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.
Whiteside, Davis Rutherford County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC, died a few days later at Hillsborough, NC. Kings Mountain (SC).
Whitesides, John Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Whitesides, Thomas Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Whitfield, Joel Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Whitfield, John Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Col. Charles Rust Eaton, Captain not named. 
Whitfield, William 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whitfield, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Whitfield, William Duplin County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under a Capt. Quincey and Maj. Ben Sasser. 1780, a Private under Capt. Ben Graham and Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment). 1780 and 1781, other tours, Captains not named. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Cowpens (SC), Ramsey's Mill, Eutaw Springs (SC), Yorktown (VA).
Whitfield, 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).
Whitfield, Willis Franklin County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Carter and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Lived in Nash County. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then Salisbury. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Avent and Maj. Hardy Griffin. 1782, a Private drafted under Capt. Peter Bacot (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months, quickly transferred to Capt. Robert Raiford (2nd NC Regiment). W1013.
Whitfield, Willis 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Whitford, John New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whitford, Thomas New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Whithers, Charles Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. aka Charles Withers. Camden (SC).
Whitington, Burrell Craven County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Whitledge, Ambrose Craven County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Private under Capt. David Roach, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Lived in New Hanover County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Lloyd and Col. Henry Young. Born in 1748 in Hampton, VA.
Whitley, Arthur 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/2/1776, a Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams for 2-1/2 years.  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Whitley, Haniford 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Private under Capt. Pinketham Eaton for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  aka Hansford Whitley.
Whitley, Micajah 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot for 18 months.  Served as a substitute for last seven months of Lawrence Killebrew's 18-month tour.
Whitley, Micajah 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Armstrong.  Discharged on 4/23/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).  Possibly same man as directly above.  S42068.
Whitley, Samuel 1st NC Regiment A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman, dates unknown.
Whitley, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Musician under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.
Whitley, William 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams.  Died on 11/2/1777.
Whitlow, Solomon Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Barnett Pulliam and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Stephen Merritt, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). 1781, a Blacksmith under Capt. Batt Birdsong and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) at the Public Factory in Harrisburgh. Tarrant's Tavern.
Whitman, Frederick 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
Whitson, Benjamin 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1781 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  Deserted on 9/15/1781.
Whitt, Charles Tryon County Regiment 1777 1777, a Private under Capt. Moore and Col. William Graham. From what became York County, SC.
Whittaker, Robert 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Whittington, Faddy Johnston County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Smith, Capt. John Giles, and Capt. John Whitley, all under Col. John Smith. Born on 2/12/1752 in NC.
Whitwell, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Whitworth, John Guilford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. John Davis and Lt. Col. John Peasley. In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. Fall 1781, a Private under Capt. Smith Moore and Col. Samuel Isaacs, and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements.
Whorton, David Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Whorton, Jacob 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
Whorton, Samuel 1st NC Regiment 1776 12/1/1776, a Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  9/8/1778, known a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  aka Lemuel Wharton.
Wicker, William Anson County Regiment 1778 First in SC unit. 1778, a Private under Capt. Theodorick Webb and Col. Thomas Wade. Lived in Cheraws District, SC. Went back to SC and rejoined there. Born on 12/22/1760 in VA.
Wiggins, Abraham Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Henderson, then under Capt. Benjamin Herndon, both under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Cleveland and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born in 1762 in NJ.
Wiggins, Absalom 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. James Gee.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Wiggins, Arthur Bertie County Regiment 1779 1783 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. Allen Ramsey and Col. Thomas Pugh. Then under a Capt. Bailey. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey (3rd NC Regiment) for 18 months. Brother of Matthew Wiggins below, both joined at same time. S7952. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Wiggins, Charles 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Deserted on 11/12/1779.
Wiggins, Edward 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
Wiggins, Elisha 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Wiggins, George 1st NC Regiment 1778 11/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for nine months.
Wiggins, Gorshum Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wiggins, Henry 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. James Emmett.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Wiggins, James 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/12/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Wiggins, James 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Thomas Armstrong.
Wiggins, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.
Wiggins, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 8/12/1777, a Private under Capt. Silas Stevenson for 3 years.
Wiggins, John Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wiggins, Levy 4th NC Regiment 1782 Jan. 1782, a Musician under Capt. George Dougherty.  A Private in Apr. 1782.
Wiggins, Malachi 10th NC Regiment 1777 10/10/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).  aka Moloha Wiggins.
Wiggins, Matthew 3rd NC Regiment 1782 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 months.  Brother of Arthur Wiggins above - both joined at same time. From Bertie County.
Wiggins, Noah 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. James Emmett.  Discharged on 5/11/1778.
Wiggins, Thomas 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.  6/26/1779, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for 18 months.
Wiggins, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1778 A Private under Capt. John Enloe.  Died on 4/27/1778.
Wiggins, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 12 months.
Wiggins, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Brickell.  Deserted in Apr. 1777.
Wiggins, William Halifax County Regiment 1781 April 1781, a Private under Capt. John Hargrove, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Barry Grimes and Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Born in 1759 or 1760 in what became Martin County, NC. Rockfish Creek.
Wiggs, Henry Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Also served under Capt. Jesse Jernigan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wiggs, Jesse Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Also served under Capt. Jesse Jernigan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wiggs, John Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. William Caswell. In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779, a Private under Capt. John Kennedy, attached to Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). 1789, a Private under Capt. Joseph Boon and Col. Benjamin Exum. 1781, a Sergeant. Born on 1/25/1758 in Dobbs (what became Wayne) County, NC.
Wiggs, William Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779, a Private under Capt. John Kennedy, attached to Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Sessions, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Born in 1758 in NC. Moore's Creek Bridge, Guilford Court House.
Wigley, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1778 9/30/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. Dempsey Gregory.  A Private in June 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).
Wilbourn, Lewis Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Barnett Pulliam and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Hicks and Col. Joseph Taylor. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Guilford Court House.
Wilbourne, Robert 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 3/18/1777, a Private under Capt. James Vaughan.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  A Corporal in March 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Corporal under Capt. Howell Tatum.  aka Robert Wileborn, Robert Welburne.
Wilbourne, Zachariah 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/5/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 4/5/1782 (4th NC Regiment).  aka Zach. Wilburne.
Wilcox, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 5/20/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Wilcox, David 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 10/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  Deserted on 6/9/1783 (?).
Wilcox, David 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/15/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1779.
Wilcox, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1783 Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  Deserted on 6/9/1783 (2nd NC Regiment) (?).
Wilcoxen, Daniel Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Private under Capt. John Holder and Col. Francis Locke. Went to KY, promoted to Lieutenant. Born on 3/13/1755 in Rowan County, NC.
Wilday, Absalom 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1782 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.  6/3/1779, re-enlisted as a Corporal for 18 months.  1780, under Capt. George "Gee" Bradley (3rd NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, escaped after 31 days.  5/6/1781, a known Private under Capt. Robert Raiford (1st NC Regiment).  Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC.  Discharged on 4/16/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).  aka Absalom Wildie, Absalom Wiley.  S38473. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wilder, William 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 5/16/1782.  Living in Wake County, NC when he joined the service.  Born in Edgecombe County, NC in 1749.  S7948. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wile, Martin 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Joseph Phillips.  Deserted on 10/26/1777.
Wiles, Anthony 6th NC Regiment 1777 9/3/1777, a Private under Ensign Joseph Richardson.
Wiley, Alexander Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Atkinson, attached to Col. Ebenezer Folsome (Cumberland County Regiment) and sent to Cross Creek to supress the Loyalists. 1777, in Caswell County. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Sanders and Col. William Moore. Also served under QM John Rutherford in Guilford County. Born in 1754 in Cumberland County, PA.
Wiley, James 1777 5/21/1777, a Private, regiment and unit unknown.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Wiley, James Cumberland County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel King and Col. Philip Alston (POW), then attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 5/2/1781, a Private under Capt. William Goodman (2nd NC Regiment), then Capt. Benjamin Bailey (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on 5/2/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) at High Hills of Santee, SC. aka James Willey. S42075. Stono Ferry (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wiley, John Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Wiley, Rufus Camden County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Howe and Col. Peter Dauge. Born in 9/3/1765 in Tyrrell (what became Washington) County, NC.
Wiley, Stephen 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Wiley, Thomas Caswell County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Wiley, William Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John McAdow, Capt. Arthur Forbis, and Capt. George Stewart, all under Col. John Peasley. 1781, a Private unde Capt. Arthur Forbis and Col. James Martin. Born in 1760 in Orange (what became Guilford) County, NC. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Wilfong, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. John Sigman and Maj. Joseph McDowell. Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. July 1781, a Private under Capt. George Cowan, Lt. Col. Samuel Hammond (SC). March 1782, a Private under Capt. Jesse Johnson. From what is now Catawba County. Born on 4/8/1762 in NC. Son of Maj. George Wilfong. Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wilford, Archibald 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Wilford, Lewis 2nd NC Regiment 1777 8/25/1777, a Private under Capt. Hardy Murfree.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC. aka Lewis Willford, Williford.  W6548. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Wilkerson, Francis 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. Most likely the same man as directly below (different sources).
Wilkerson, Francis Granville County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Farrar and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. 1779, also a Private under Capt. William Goodman and Lt. Col. Archbald Lytle. Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. Joshua Coffee and Col. Philip Taylor in the newly-created Mounted Volunteers. Briar Creek (GA).
Wilkerson, John 1st NC Regiment 1778 9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Wilkerson, John 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Wilkerson, John 1st NC Regiment 1778 1779 5/29/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. James Wilson for three years.  A Private in June 1778.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).  Deserted in Apr. 1779.  aka John Wilkinson.
Wilkerson, John Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Saunders and Col. James Thackston. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Lived in Granville County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Richard Taylor and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. 1781, a Private under Capt. Mason Foley and Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Wilkerson, Thomas Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Dickerson and Col. William Moore. Fall of 1781, under the same officers, and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. Born on3/14/1762 in Orange (what became Caswell) County, NC.
Wilkerson, William 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley for nine months.  4/23/1779, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson) led by Capt. George "Gee" Bradley.  aka William Wilkinson.
Wilkerson, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 5/29/1777, a Private under Capt. James Wilson for 3 years.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman (1st NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped after about a month.  From Caswell County, NC.  aka William Wilkinson.  S1937. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Wilkerson, William Granville County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Henderson and Col. Robert Harris. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Joseph Gill and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1779, a Private under Capt. Micajah Bullock, attached to Lt. Col. Israel Folsome (Caswell County Regiment). 1780, a Private under Capt. Jones Fuller and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, a PRivate under Capt. Shadrack Parish and Col. Joseph Taylor.
Wilkins, Andrew 10th NC Regiment 1777 1779 5/2/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree).  Deserted on 3/15/1779.
Wilkins, Benjamin Halifax County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Levi Lane and Maj. John Branch. 1780, a Private under a Capt. White and Col. James Allen. 1781, a Private under Capt. Gresham Coffield and Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). A free man of color. Briar Creek (GA).
Wilkins, Burrel 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Died in Nov. 1781.
Wilkins, Elijah 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/14/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  A Corporal in Jan. 1782.  Discharged on 4/25/1782.
Wilkins, Elisha Halifax County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Cary Whitaker and Col. Samuel Weldon. 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradford (3rd NC Regiment) for nine months. Jan. 1779, under Capt.  Joseph Montford (5th NC Regiment). Discharged 5/14/1779 from the Philadelphia Hospital, a month after his term expired due to illness. 1781, a Private under Capt. Cary Whitaker and Col. John Whitaker. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Gresham Coffield and Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). S42078. Guilford Court House.
Wilkins, George 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1782 Dec. 1782, a Private under Capt. John McNees, then Capt. Clement Hall (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 12/13/1783 (2nd NC Regiment).  Enlisted while living in Orange County, NC.  Born on 3/6/1758 in Philadelphia County, PA.  S32605.
Wilkins, James Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilkins, John 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilkins, John Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Col. Robert Rowan. Sept. 1781, taken prisoner by Loyalists.
Wilkins, John New Hanover County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter McLammy and Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth. Lived in Onslow County. POW at Rouse's Tavern, paroled. Rouse's Tavern.
Wilkins, John Surry County Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a Private under Capt. Charles McAnally and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Hickman, then under Capt. William Meredith, both under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, also a Private under Capt. John Morgan, attached to Col. John Peasley (Guilford County Regiment). Lived in what became Stokes County. Born in 1741 in Northumberland County, VA.
Wilkins, Joshua 1st NC Regiment 1777 8/15/1777, a Private under Capt. Howell Tatum for three years.  9/8/1778, in same unit.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.
Wilkins, Kinchen 2nd NC Regiment 1781 11/27/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 12 months.
Wilkins, Michael Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilkins, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 4/15/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Wilkins, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Wilkins, William 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1780 8/12/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1780.
Wilkins, William Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilkins, William Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilkins, William Hertford County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Lewis Brown and Col. George Lytle. 1782, a Private under Capt. Abraham Porter and Col. George Wynns. Born on 1/25/1764 in Hertford County, NC.
Wilkinson, James Lincoln County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Catawba County.
Wilkinson, John Orange County Regiment 1776 8/22/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Williams, attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Wilkinson, William Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Wilks, James 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Bertie County.
Willard, Major 4th NC Regiment 1776 5/16/1776, a Private under Capt. John Nelson for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment) - sick on that date.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment).
Willard, Samuel 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Willbanks, Richard 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Seawell and Col. Peter Dauge in the newly-created 1st Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From Union District, SC, visiting a brother in Bute County where he volunteered. Back to SC and in a SC unit. Born in March of 1758 in VA. aka Richard Wilbanks.
Willeford, Richard Duplin County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Francis Hill, Maj. Thomas Routledge, and Col. James Kenan. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Page and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Sergeant. Born on 4/28/1757 in Bertie County, NC. aka Richard Williford. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Willford, James Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a Private under Capt. William Ashburn and Col. Thomas Pugh.
Willford, Lewis 10th NC Regiment 1777 8/25/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (2nd NC Regiment).
Williams, Alexander 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 April 1778 or 7/20/1778 (two sources), a Private under Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley, Maj. Thomas Hogg for nine months.  Discharged in December 1779 at Philadelphia, PA.  S39130.
Williams, Allenby 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/1/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 6/6/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Williams, Arthur 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Gates County.
Williams, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot for 18 months.
Williams, Benjamin 7th NC Regiment 1777 1779 2/6/1777, a Private under Capt. John Poynter for 3 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read (1st NC Regiment).  A Sergeant on 5/1/1779.
Williams, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Peterson and Col. Samuel Jarvis. Lived in Northampton County. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Brevard and Lt. Col. Robert Peoples. Born on 12/27/1756 in Northampton County, NC. Camden (SC).
Williams, Benjamin Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1777 1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Callendar and Col. John Davis. 1777, a Lieutenant in Duplin County. Born on 11/30/1754. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, Benjamin Randolph County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. William York, attached to Lt. Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, a Private, unit unknown. He claims to have been in the NC Continental Line, but evidence does not support this claim. Guilford Court House.
Williams, Benjamin Washington County Regiment 1781 First in VA unit. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Clark and Col. John Sevier. Born in 1742.
Williams, Bennett Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. John Pend, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Moved to Caswell County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Hargis and Col. William Moore. Born in 1754 in St. Mary's County, MD.
Williams, Brice 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, Buckner Northampton County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Williamson, then under Capt. Henry Burns, both attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC - at Pee Dee when learned of Gates' Defeat, went to Salisbury.
Williams, Burwell Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Col. John Luttrell, Captain not known. Lindley's Mill.
Williams, Caleb Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. David Scobey, then under Sgt. Thomas Bevens, both attached to Lt. Col. John Taylor (Granville County Regiment) guarding Hillsborough. 1781, a Private under Capt. Matthew McCauley and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born on 9/20/1760 in Dorsett County, MD. Whitesell's Mill, Guilford Court House.
Williams, Charles 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Williams.  Died on 3/15/1778.
Williams, Charles 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.
Williams, Coleden 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot for 18 months.
Williams, Daniel 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, David 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 12 months.
Williams, David Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. William Richardson, then under Capt. Charles Christmas, both under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Williams, David Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Williams, David Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781, two tours as a Private under Capt. Aaron Williams and Col. James Kenan. Born on 1/27/1765. Heron's Bridge.
Williams, David Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Williams, Dudley 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Died in Jan. 1783.
Williams, Edward 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 1/25/1782, a Private under Capt. James Mills.  On 2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.  Died on 3/28/1783.
Williams, Edward Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Dowell and Col. Francis Locke. Might have been at the battle of Camden, SC, statement not clear. 1780, also a Private under Capt. James Craig and Col. Matthew Locke. 1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Dowell and Col. Francis Locke (got sick), then attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). He states this unit was too late for the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC, but most other assert that they were, indeed, in said battle. 1781, also a Sergeant.
Williams, Ephraim NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Wake County. Quit camp, sent a substitute who was accepted.
Williams, Evan Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1781 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. Jacob Johnston and Col. James Glasgow. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, Elisha 5th NC Regiment 1776 1779 12/18/1776, a Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.  Discharged on 5/20/1779.
Williams, Francis 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1777, a Private under Capt. Edward Vail, Jr.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/2/1779.  8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months.  aka Francis William. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Williams, Frederick Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 His widow asserts he was a Private and a Lieutenant in the NC Militia and the NC Continental Line (no records therof). She also asserts he was at the battles listed on the right. Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC), Horse Shoe (?).
Williams, George 1st NC Regiment 1777 5/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.   9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.
Williams, George 4th NC Regiment 1778 1779 6/28/1776, a Corporal under Capt. George Dougherty for 2-1/2 years.  A Private in June 1778 (4th NC Regiment).  Discharged on 1/14/1779.
Williams, George Bertie County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Charles Rhodes, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). He had a bad accident on the way to SC in the Stono Ferry expedition. Born on 2/9/1756.
Williams, George Hyde County Regiment 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. Jerry Gaylord and Col. Abraham Jones.
Williams, George Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson.
Williams, George Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Williams, Giles Tryon County Regiment 1777 Oct. 21 - Dec. 30, 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. William Graham.
Williams, Gilstrap 3rd NC Regiment 1779 6/22/1779, a Corporal under Capt. Michael Quinn.  A Private in March 1779.
Williams, Godfrey Pitt County Regiment 1780 1780, a Wagon Master under Capt. John Simpson.
Williams, Hardin Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. James Robertson, then under Capt. Henry Turney, both under Col. John Sevier. Several other tours through 1782. Born on 4/27/1764 in the Ninety-Six District, SC.
Williams, Henry On the Invalid Pensioner's list of Rowan County in 1835, no mention of where or when he actually served. Says he was paid starting in 1809, which indicates he must have been on the NC Continental Line. However, his name is not on any official Continental rolls.
Williams, Henry Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Williams, Hickman 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1777 May 1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner for 2-1/2 years.  Discharged in August 1777 at Halifax, NC.  Enlisted in Wake County, NC.  Married in Franklin County, NC.  R11629. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC)(a guard).
Williams, Isaac Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 First in VA units. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Crabtree and Col. John Sevier. He asserts this unit was too late for the battle of Kings Mountain, SC and Boyd's Creek, TN, but most others claim they were, indeed, in both engagements. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Kyle, then under Capt. William Pruett, both under Col. John Sevier. Born in 1754 in Frederick County, VA.
Williams, Jacob Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Express Rider under Lt. Colonel James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, James 5th NC Regiment 1779 1781 6/8/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for 18 months. POW at the Fall of Charleston, escaped after three months. Lived in Burke County. 1780, a Private under Maj. Joseph McDowell, Captain not named. 1781, a Private under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons), Captain not named. S31487. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Williams, James Orange County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Drum Major under Capt. Patrick McGibbony. Soon transferred to the MD Continental Line and went northward. Born in 1758 on the St. Lawrence River.
Williams, James Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Williams, James Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 First in VA unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. Henry Turney, then under a Capt. Childs, then under Capt. John Looney, all under Col. John Sevier. Born in 1763 in Sullivan County, VA. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Williams, Jeremiah 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. William Lytle and Capt. Joseph Thomas Rhodes for 18 months.  S42077.
Williams, Job Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Williams, Job Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. William Caswell. 1779, a Private under Capt. Samuel Caswell and Col. William Caswell. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Kennedy (Wayne County Regiment), attached to Col. John Bryan, Sr. (Jones County Regiment). From what is now Lenoir County. Born on 12/23/1760 in Worcester County, MD. Briar Creek (GA), Webber's Bridge.
Williams, John 1st NC Regiment 1776 1779 Fall of 1776, a Private under Ensign Edmund Gamble, Capt. Lawrence Thompson. Lived in Bute (what became Warren) County. 6/1/1778, a Private under Lt. Edmund Gamble and Capt. Cosmo Medici in the NC Light Dragoons, which were removed from the Continental Line in January 1779.  Feb. 1779, a Private under Capt. Edmund Gamble and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. Born in 1754 in Granville (what became Bute, then Warren) County, NC. W177. Siege of Savannah (GA).
Williams, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/9/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Williams, John 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
Williams, John 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.
Williams, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry Dawson.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Williams, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1780 2/21/1777, a Private under Capt. James Vaughan for 3 years.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.   Discharged on 3/1/1780.  From Hertford County, NC.  W9017. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Williams, John 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).
Williams, John Caswell County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. William Lytle and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Private under Capt. George Samuel (Orange County Regiment), attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. William Harden, attached to Col. Elijah Isaacs (Wilkes County Regiment). Two more tours, officers and dates not identified. Born in May of 1752 in Lunenburg County, VA. Fishing Creek (SC).
Williams, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. Jacob Johnston and Col. James Glasgow. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, John Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, 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.
Williams, John Granville County Regiment 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. Alexander D. Pope and Col. Joseph Taylor. Wounded in an unnamed skirmish with Loyalists.
Williams, John Onslow County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Lt. Col. Thomas Johnston, Captain not named. 1778, a Private under Capt. John Boston and Col. Henry Rhodes. 1779, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Williams, Capt. Ephraim Battle, and Capt. Reuben Grant, all under Col. Henry Rhodes. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Snead and Col. George Mitchell, 1781, also a Private under Capt. Benjamin Williams and Col. John Spicer. Born on 6/10/1758 in Onslow County, NC. New Bern #2.
Williams, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Brittain Fuller and Col. John Collier. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Jacob Williams and Col. John Peasley (Guilford County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. John Knight and Col. John Collier. Born on 4/16/1762 in Guilford (what became Randolph) County, NC.
Williams, John J. Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, an Artificer under Capt. Alexander Jordan, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, also under a Capt. Gates. 1782, under Capt. William Sloan. Removed from each of his captains and re-assigned to Maj./Lt. Col. James Cole Mountflorence in Salisbury making stuff for the Militia.
Williams, Joseph 10th NC Regiment 1777 6/10/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  POW 4/14/1779 (?).  Rejoined in Nov. 1779.  3/27/1780, re-enlisted.
Williams, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Williams, Joseph Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Express Rider for Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, Joseph Tryon County Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a Private under Capt. William Neville and Col. William Graham. 1779, in Rutherford County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Major Parson (a SC officer) and Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment).
Williams, Joshua Dobbs County Regiment 1780 Drafted under Capt. John Kennedy in 1780-1781.
Williams, Lewis Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Williams, Michael 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Clement Hall.  Deserted on 4/1/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Williams, Morson 10th NC Regiment 1778 1778 June 1778, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 10/30/1778.
Williams, Nathan Bertie County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Private under Capt. James Seawell, attached to Col. Isaac Gregory (Camden County Regiment). Moved to Mecklenburg County. 1779, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Robert Irwin. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Foster and Col. Robert Irwin. 1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Porter and Col. Robert Irwin. Born in 1762 in Bertie County, NC.
Williams, Nathaniel 3rd NC Regiment 1782 Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2/6/1782 - 2nd NC Regiment).
Williams, Nathaniel Martin County Regiment 1779 On a 12/1/1779 list of volunteers, drafts.
Williams, Nicholas 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 Dec. 1782, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.  Deserted on 3/29/1783 (?).
Williams, Peter 10th NC Regiment 1777 1779 6/30/1777 or 7/5/1777 (two sources), a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  A Corporal in March 1779.  A Sergeant on 2/1/1780.  Jan. 1782, a Sergeant under Capt. William Armstrong (1st NC Regiment) for the duration of the war.
Williams, Peter Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Williams, Richard 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.
Williams, Robert 1st NC Regiment 1781 5/25/1781, a Private under Capt. James Mills.  On 2/6/1782, this unit was transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.
Williams, Robert 3rd NC Regiment 1782 1783 1/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall (2/6/1782 - 2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 1/1/1783.
Williams, Robert 8th NC Regiment 1777 1780 Feb. 1777, a Private under Capt. James May, Jr.  August 1777, a Sergeant under Capt. Francis Tartanson.  A Private in April 1778.  A Corporal in June 1778 in 2nd NC Regiment.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Major's Company (Maj. Hardy Murfree) (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 2/1/1780 at Halifax, NC.  S39129.
Williams, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Martin and Maj. Robert Wilson. Badly wounded at the battle of Ramseur's Mill, died the next night. Ramseur's Mill.
Williams, Robert Pitt County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Lt. Col. Robert Salter. Later, a QM, a Surgeon's Mate, and a Surgeon. Born on 8/25/1758 in Beaufort (what became Pitt) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, Roland NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Wake County.
Williams, Rowland Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. John Grainger and Col. James Darnell.
Williams, Samuel DQMG 1780 A Blacksmith under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).  Also on 8/23/1781.
Williams, Samuel Gates County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. John Benton and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer). 1781, a Private under Capt. Moses Kitterall, attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Mid-1781, a Private under Capt. Clement Hall (3rd NC Regiment) for 12 months. Discharged at Ashley Ferry, SC. Born on 1/17/1762 in Hertford (what became Gates) County, NC. S7957. Camden (SC).
Williams, Samuel 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.  Discharged on 5/25/1782.
Williams, Samuel 5th NC Regiment 1776 11/10/1776, a Musician under Capt. Henry Darnell.  A Private in June 1778.  9/9/1778, under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman (2nd NC Regiment).
Williams, Samuel 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Gates County.
Williams, Samuel 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.
Williams, Samuel Duplin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private, unit(s) unknown. Widow did not know the names of any of his officers. Born on 7/2/1759 in NC. Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Williams, Samuel Montgomery County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. West Harris and Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. 1779, a Sergeant in Warren County Regiment.
Williams, Samuel F. Mounted Volunteers 1780 Aug. 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Snead and Col. Philip Taylor in the newly-created Mounted Volunteers. Lived in Granville County. Born in 1759 in Granville County, NC.
Williams, Seth 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter.  Deserted on 1/20/1783.
Williams, Solomon Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Langston and Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Huster, then Capt. James Blackwell, both under Col. Joseph Taylor. Born on 1/1/1762 in Granville County, NC. Raft Swamp.
Williams, Stephen 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford for 18 months.  Earlier in NC Militia.  From Duplin County, NC where he enlisted.  Born in Edgecombe County, NC.  W9897.
Williams, Stephen Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, volunteered under Capt. William Speight and Col. James Glasgow.
Williams, Stephen Bute County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Allen and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Julius Alford and Col. Benjamin Exum in the newly-created 2nd NC Regiment of Militia. 1781, a Sergeant in NC Continental Line. Briar Creek (GA), Camden (SC).
Williams, Stephen Duplin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780 and 1781, a Private under Capt. Aaron Williams and Col. James Kenan. Born in 1764 in Duplin County, NC.
Williams, Theophilus 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Joseph Walker.  A Corporal in Sep. 1777.  A Sergeant in Nov. 1777.  Died in March 1778.  aka Thophis Williams.
Williams, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment) - a baggage guard at Lancaster, PA on that date.
Williams, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. John Pugh Williams.  Died on 7/20/1777.
Williams, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. William Caswell.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Williams, Thomas 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Williams, Thomas Randolph County Regiment 1781 Jan. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Gray. Lived in Guilford County. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Thomas Wade and Col. Thomas Crawford (Richmond County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Nicholas Greers and Col. Charles Medlock (Richmond County Regiment). Born in 1758 in Chester County, PA.  Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Williams, Thomas Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Williams and Col. Andrew Baslfour. 1780, also a Lieutenant. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Knight, attached to Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment).
Williams, Thomas C. Montgomery County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. West Harris and Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Brickle (Warren County Regiment), attached to Col. William Brickell (Franklin County Regiment). Bornb on 4/12/1754 in Granville (what became Bute then Warren) County, NC.
Williams, Thomas Plummer Randolph County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Edward Williams, attached to Col. Thomas Crawford (Richmond County Regiment). Lived in Richmond County. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Wall and Col. Thomas Crawford. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Charles Gordon and Maj. Joel Lewis in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). 1782, a Private under Capt. William Easterling and Col. Thomas Crawford.
Williams, Tobias Caswell County Regiment 1778 1778, a Private under Capt. William White and Col. James Saunders. Born in 1746 in Chesterfield County, VA.
Williams, Waring Halifax County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Henry Dawson and Lt. Col. John Branch. Lived in Hertford County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Job Yates, then Capt. Thomas Gregory, both attached to Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Born on 9/9/1763 in Hertford County, NC.
Williams, William DQMG 1780 A Wagoner under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General).  Said to be an ex-Continental soldier (?).
Williams, William 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/5/1776, a Private, unit unknown for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.
Williams, William 2nd NC Regiment 1779 6/1/1779, a Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock for 18 months.
Williams, William 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1781.
Williams, William 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Williams, William 7th NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/16/1776, a Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.  Aug. 1777, furloughed due to illness, rejoined in Jan. 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged in Nov. 1778.  From Orange County, NC.  W3907. Monmouth (NJ).
Williams, William 10th NC Regiment 1777 6/10/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  While out on a scouting party, taken prisoner for four months, exchanged on 4/14/1779.  POW also at the Fall of Charleston (SC), retained a little over a year.  Enlisted at Perquimans County, NC.  Born 1/30/1755 in Perquimans County, NC.  S46082. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Williams, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
Williams, William 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. John Connelly and Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, a Private under Capt. William Davidson and Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, came down with Smallpox, lost an eye as a result. Late 1777, in Burke County. Also a Private under Capt. John Harden and Capt. James McFarland, both under Col. Charles McDowell, dates not provided.
Williams, William Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1781 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. Joshua Davis and Col. James Glasgow. Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Davis and Col. James Darnell. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williams, William Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney and Col. John Simpson. Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Williams, William Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Potts and Col. Andrew Hampton. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Whiteside, then Capt. John McClain, both under Col. Andrew Hampton. April 1781, in SC unit. Born in 1757 in Brunswick County, VA.
Williams, Willoughby 10th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Col. Abraham Sheppard, unit unknown.   From Dobbs (what would become Wayne) County.  His widow claimed he rose to Major and Colonel, but no records exist to substantiate this.  1779, an Ensign in NC Militia. 1780, a Captain in NC Militia from Wayne County.  W36.  
Williams, Zadock 7th NC Regiment 1776 1780 12/23/1776, a Private under Capt. Joseph Walker for 3 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 1/29/1780.  aka Zeddock Williams, Zaddock Williams.
Williams, Zebedee 10th NC Regiment 1777 1781 5/29/1777, a Private under Capt. Dempsey Gregory.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum (1st NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, released in 1781.  aka Zebediah Williams, Zebede Williams.  S39131. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Williamson, Charles 5th NC Regiment 1776 11/26/1776, a Private under Capt. William Caswell.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (2nd NC Regiment).  Official records indicate he was a POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  In in own pension application, he does not mention Ft. Lafayette, but asserts he was taken prisoner at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC on 6/20/1779.  From Rowan County, NC.  S7939. Ft. Lafayette (NY) or Stono Ferry (SC).
Williamson, Charles Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williamson, George 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Francis Child.  Deserted on 9/3/1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee (1st NC Regiment) - sick on that date at E. Town.
Williamson, Henry 1st NC Regiment 1776 1779 5/20/1776, a Private under Ens./Lt./Capt. James Read.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 5/27/1779.
Williamson, Jacob 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.  aka Jacob Williams. 
Williamson, Jeremiah Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Clerk under Capt. William Shepherd and Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williamson, John 5th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.
Williamson, John Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Williamson, Lewis 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Williamson, Robert 5th NC Regiment 1778 1782 April 1778, a Private under Capt. Simon Alderson for the duration of the war.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778 (?).  From New Hanover County, NC.  Born 1750 in England.  R11636. Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Williamson, William 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner for 2-1/2 years.  9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).  Discharged on 11/10/1778.  From Bute (what would become Warren) County, NC.  W18356. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Williamson, William 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Discharged on 5/16/1782.
Williamson, William 4th NC Regiment 1776 1778 March 1776, a Private under Capt. John Ashe, Jr. then Capt. William Goodman for 18 months.  Served five months additional.  From New Hanover County, NC.  W1686. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Williamson, William 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. James Williams.  Discharged in Nov. 1777.
Williamson, Zachariah Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Willibough, John 6th NC Regiment 1777 6/12/1777, a Private under Ensign Joseph Richardson.
Williford, Archibald 1st NC Regiment 1782 9/10/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months.
Williford, Jacob 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a known Private under Capt. Augustin Spain and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Pitt County. aka Jacob Wiliferd.
Williford, Jacob 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Exum Phillips and Col. Benjamin Exum. From Edgecombe County. Sick, guarded the baggage during the battle of Camden, SC. 1781, a Private under Capt. Theophilus Thomas, detached to support Capt. Benjamin Coleman (a Continental officer) for a march through the countryside subduing Loyalists. Born in 1755 in Southampton County, VA.
Williford, James 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley for 18 months. 
Williford, Theo. 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 6/24/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Williford, Willis 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard for nine months.  Discharged on 4/21/1779 at Halifax, NC.  From Edgecombe County, NC.  S42074.
Willis, Agathon Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Willis, Edgerton Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Willis, George 2nd NC Regiment 1776 10/10/1776, a Private under Capt. William Fenner for three years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Rejoined in Nov. 1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Willis, George Bladen County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Peter Robeson and Capt. John Willis, both under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Hall and Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). 1782, also a Private under Capt. John Regan and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Then in GA unit. Capt. John Willis was his cousin. Lt. Edgington Willis was his brother. Rockfish Creek.
Willis, George Duplin County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Stallings and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under Capt. Frederick Wells, then Capt. Aaron Williams, both under Col. James Kenan. Stono Ferry (SC), Rockfish Creek.
Willis, Henry "Hal" Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Josiah Cole, then under Capt. Adam Sanders, both under Col. William Moore. Guilford Court House.
Willis, Ivey Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Willis, Jeremiah 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Willis, Joseph Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Adam Sanders and Col. William Moore. 1781, a Private under Capt. Adam Sanders and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Born on 11/23/1753 in Goochland County, VA. Brown Marsh.
Willis, Peter Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Willoughby, James 5th NC Regiment 1779 6/24/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.
Willoughby, John 5th NC Regiment 1779 6/24/1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Montford.  A Musician on 11/1/1779.
Willowby, John 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Francis Tartanson.  Died on 2/14/1778.
Willmot, Thomas Randolph County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Wills, John 1st NC Regiment 1782 Jan. 1782, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.
Wills, Leonard Halifax District Minutemen 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Isaac Horn and Lt. Col. Henry Irwin. Lived in Edgecombe County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Shipp, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Born in 1758 in Edgecombe County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Willson, Daniel Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney.
Willson, John Surry County Regiment 1780 1782 First in VA units. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Cloud, then Capt. James Freeman, both under Col. Martin Armstrong. Marched towards Charleston, SC, learned of its surrender, turned around. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Joseph Cloud and Maj. Joseph Winston. Guarded the horses during the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Cloud and Lt. Col. Joseph Winston. Moved to Sullivan County. 1782, a Private under Capt. Christopher Taylor and Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment). Born on 11/30/1756 in MD. Whitesell's Mill, Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Wilmoth, Thomas NC Light Dragoons 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Solomon Wood and Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Wake County.
Wilmoth, William Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. William Nalls, attached to Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County Regiment) and Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Sick, guarded the baggage during the battle of Camden, SC. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. John Morgan and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Gordon, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. Born on 3/10/1759 near Amboy, NJ. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wilson, Aaron 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1779 A Private under Capt. William Fenner.  POW at Brandywine Creek, PA in Sep. 1777.  Rejoined in June 1778.  9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.  Deserted on 6/15/1779. Brandywine Creek (PA).
Wilson, Andrew Lincoln County Regiment 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. From what is now Catawba County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wilson, Andrew Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Roddy, attached to Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment). Lived in Washington County. Earle's Ford (SC), Musgrove's Mill (SC).
Wilson, Augustin 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1779 Sep. 1775, a Private under Capt. Simon Bright for six months. Lived in Dobbs County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Stringer McIlwaine and Col. William Caswell. S7920. Great Bridge (VA), Briar Creek (GA).
Wilson, Augustus Washington County Regiment 1777 1779 1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Martin and Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1779, a Private under Capt. Henry Clark and Lt. Col. Charles Robertson. Later in 1779, in Sullivan County. Born on 5/4/1759 in MD. Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Wilson, Edward 2nd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount for nine months.
Wilson, Edward 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. Elisha Rhodes and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Bertie County.
Wilson, George 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Robert Smith.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.
Wilson, George Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 Mar-May 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander.
Wilson, Henry 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1779 7/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  Deserted in Aug. 1779.
Wilson, Henry Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilson, Henry Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Stephen Herring and Maj. William Sheppard. 1781, a Fifer under the same officers. Born on 9/4/1763 on the Tar River in NC.
Wilson, Henry Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Maj. Batt Birdsong, then Maj. Anderson Smith at the Public Factory in Harrisburgh and at the Public Stores in Williamsborough.
Wilson, Hosea Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Wilson, James 2nd NC Regiment 1781 6/1/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman for 12 months.
Wilson, James Burke County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Col. Charles McDowell, Captain not named.
Wilson, James Dobbs County Regiment 1780 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting.
Wilson, James Guilford County Regiment 1780 First in SC units. 1780, a Private under Capt. Andrew Wilson and Col. John Peasley. Lived in Orange County. Born on 7/12/1758 in PA.
Wilson, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Irwin and Col. Adam Alexander. 1777, a Private under Capt. William Barnett and Col. Adam Alexander. 1779, a Private under Capt. William Barnett and Col. Robert Irwin. 1780, a Private under Capt. David Reed and Col. Robert Irwin. Sep. 1780, a Private under Maj. James White and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. Born on 9/25/1757 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Hanging Rock (SC), Charlotte.
Wilson, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780 & 1781, a Private under Capt. David Caldwell and Col. Francis Locke. Born in 1760 in Rowan County, NC. Colson's Mill, Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Wilson, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Died on 2/21/1778.
Wilson, John Pitt County Regiment 1775 1782 1775, a Private under Capt. James Armstrong and Col. John Simpson. Jan. 1776, a Private under Capt. James Armstrong and Col. Richard Caswell (New Bern District Minutemen). 1778, a Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment). Discharged on 3/4/1782 near Greenville, NC. Born in 1756 in Beaufort (what became Pitt) County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilson, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.
Wilson, John 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.
Wilson, John 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
Wilson, John 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 1/1/1777, a Private under Capt. John Walsh for three years.  A Corporal in Nov. 1778 - unit unknown.  From Johnston County, NC.  R11680.
Wilson, John Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 7/14/1780, received a $300 bounty from Col. James Glasgow for enlisting/re-enlisting. Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. William Speight and Col. James Darnell.
Wilson, John Duplin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Isham Sheffield and Col. James Kenan.
Wilson, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Bell, Lt. Col. John Peasley, and Col. James Martin. 1778-1779, a Private, unit unknown. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Crump and Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. George Hamilton and Col. John Peasely. Born in 1755 in PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA).
Wilson, John Independent Corps of Light Horse 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Marshall Martin and Maj. William Richardson Davie. Lived in Mecklenburg County. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Nathaniel Marshall Martin and Col. George Alexander. Then in SC unit. Hanging Rock (SC), Camden (SC).
Wilson, John Lincoln County Regiment 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. From what is now Catawba County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Wilson, John Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 First in VA unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. Andrew Cowan and Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private under Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment), Captain not named. Went back to VA. Born on 5/11/1747 in Augusta County, VA. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Wilson, John Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Ninian Hoskins and Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Roddy and Col. John Sevier. Born in 1755 or 1756 in Amelia County, VA. Brother to Joseph and William below. Boyd's Creek (TN), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Wilson, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Ninian Hoskins and Col. John Sevier. Early 1781, a Private under Capt. Michael Harrison, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. James Roddy and Col. John Sevier. Born in 1754 or 1755 in Amelia County, VA. Brother to John above and William below. Boyd's Creek (TN), Cowpens (SC), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Wilson, Joshua 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1779 1776, a Private under Capt. James Denton and Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. Lived in Bute County. 1776, also a Private under Capt. John McCann and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1778, a Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes (4th NC Regiment) for 12 months. 1779, in Warren County. 1780, a Private under Capt. Charles Allen, attached to Col. John Dickerson (Granville County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Lt. Col. Joseph Hawkins, Captain not named. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Exum Clinton, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Marched towards Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat at Cheraw Hills and turned back. 1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Alston and Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). Born on 1/27/17XX in Westmoreland County, VA. 32599. Stono Ferry (SC).
Wilson, Josiah Bertie County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. Allen Ramsey and Col. Thomas Pugh. In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 5/17/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford (1st NC Regiment). Discharged on 5/15/1782 (2nd NC Regiment). On some rolls as Joseph Wilson. Born in 1760 in Bertie County, NC. S14855. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wilson, Matthew Lincoln County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Catawba County.
Wilson, Moses Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilson, Newman Hertford County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. William Figures (resigned), then under Capt. Obadaiah Roundtree (Northampton County Regiment), both attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no named engagements. Lived in Bute County. 1780, in SC unit. Born in 1756 in Richmond County, VA.
Wilson, Nicholas 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).
Wilson, Reuben Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilson, Robert 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/20/1781, a Wagoner under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 5/20/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) in Mecklenburg County, NC.  S38476. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wilson, Robert 4th NC Regiment 1782 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Deserted on 11/25/1782.
Wilson, Robert Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilson, Robert Halifax District Minutemen 1776 1781 First in VA unit. 1776, a Private under a Capt. Pope and Col. Nicholas Long. Lived in Halifax County. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Moved to Richmond County. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Wall and Col. Thomas Crawford. Born in 1747 in Norfolk County, VA.
Wilson, Robert Lincoln County Regiment 1781 First in VA unit. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Robinson and Col. Joseph Dickson. Then in VA unit again. Born in 1749 in Augusta County, VA.
Wilson, Robert Jr. Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Robert Irwin and Col. Adam Alexander. 1780, a Private under Capt. David Reed and Col. Robert Irwin. He had six brothers who served during the war - Aaron Wilson, James Wilson, John Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Samuel Wilson, and Zaccheus Wilson. Only James Wilson (above) applied for a pension. Born in 1760 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Wilson, Robert Rowan County Regiment 1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid and Col. Francis Locke Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Wilson, Samuel Burke County Regiment 1778 1780 1778, a Private under Capt. Joseph McDowell and Col. Charles McDowell. 1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph White, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1779, also a Private under Capt. Robert Holmes and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Holmes, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Born in 1761 in Lancaster County, PA.  Stono Ferry (SC).
Wilson, Solomon Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wilson, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/11/1781, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Discharged on 5/11/1782.
Wilson, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1780 6/15/1779, a Sergeant under Capt. Kedar Ballard.  A Private in Oct. 1779.  Deserted in March 1780.
Wilson, Thomas 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  2/8/1783, transferred to Pennsylvania Line.
Wilson, William 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/15/1781, a Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 4/15/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Wilson, William 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 4/25/1782.
Wilson, William 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Simon Alderson for three years.  Dropped from the rolls in Feb. 1778.  From Johnston County, NC.  W18352.
Wilson, William Guilford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under a Capt. Wilson and Col. John Hamilton (?). Served thru 1781, officers not named. Briar Creek (GA), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Wilson, William Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Ninian Hoskins and Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Roddy and Col. John Sevier. Born in 1759 or 1760 in Amelia County, VA. Brother to John and Joseph above. Boyd's Creek (TN), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Wilson, Willis NC State Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Caswell and Col. John Herritage for nine months. Lived in Pitt County. Born in 1752 in Craven County, NC.
Wilton, James 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. William Lytle for 18 months.
Wimpy, William Wake County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Woodson Daniel and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer), probably considered to be in the New Levies. A Substitute for Daniel Orr. aka William Wimper. Briar Creek (GA).
Winbern, Philip 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/19/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 5/19/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Winborn, John 1779 1779 A Private, regiment and unit unknown.  Deserted in 1779.
Winborne, Henry 7th NC Regiment 1777 5/24/1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Walker for 3 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  From Hertford County, NC.  aka Henry Winburn.
Winborne, Jesse Northampton County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Maj. Jeptha Eatherton. aka Jesse Wenborn. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Winborne, John 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Peterson and Col. Samuel Jarvis. Lived in Northampton County. 1781, an Adjutant. Born on 2/5/1764 in Northampton County, NC. Camden (SC).
Winchester, Daniel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander.  aka Daniel Wynchester. Most likely the same man as directly below (different sources).
Winchester, Daniel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. James Jack and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies for nine months. Too late for the battle of Briar Creek, GA. 1779, a Private under Capt. Christopher Goodwin and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born on 12/25/1752. Stono Ferry (SC).
Winders, James Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Abraham Moulton and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Winders, John Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Abraham Moulton and Col. James Kenan. Most likely the same man as directly below (different sources). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Winders, John Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Private under Capt. Jacob Carnega and Col. James Kenan. Heron's Bridge, Rockfish Creek.
Windham, Green Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).  aka Green Windom.
Windham, John Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Windslow, Silvester 6th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Deserted in Aug. 1777.
Wine, Claret 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.
Wingate, Isaac 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.
Wingate, Jesse 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.
Wingate, John Bladen County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, two tours as a Private under Capt. Thomas Amis and Lt. Col. Thomas Brown. 1780, two tours as a Private under Capt. Absalom Powell and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Possibly lived in Brunswick County.
Winget, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/5/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Harvey and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Perquimans County.
Winham, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 6/30/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore.  Deserted in Apr. 1778.
Winingham, James Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Abraham Potter and Maj. William Gill. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Henderson and Col. Francois DeMalmedy in the NC Light Dragoons. Delivered a letter during the battle of Guilford Court House. Born on 2/29/1756 in VA.
Winkler, Henry Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. David Smith and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. Peter Hedrick, attached to Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Mask's Ferry.
Winkles, James 4th NC Regiment 1781 1783 Aug. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes for 18 months.  From Onslow County, NC.  Born on 10/26/1758 in Edgecombe County, NC.  R11717.
Winn, Zachariah 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharp for twelve months.  Living in Anson County, NC when he enlisted.  Born 1761 in VA.  On the official rolls as Zachariah Wynn.  S18286.  
Winsett, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. John Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Volunteered under Capt. Jacob Johnston in 1780-1781. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Winsloss, Michael 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Drummer under Maj. John Phifer and Col. Thomas Polk. From Mecklenburg County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Winstead, Mandley Caswell County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. George Moore and Col. James Saunders. On the other side of the Savannah River during the battle of Briar Creek, GA. Early 1781, a Private under Capt. James Greenwood, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Within hearing of the battle of Cowan's Ford. Born in 1760 in Northumberland County, VA.
Winston, Isaac 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Seawell and Col. Peter Dauge in the newly-created 1st Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From Bute County. Two more tours, officers and dates not identified.
Winston, Nathaniel Franklin County Regiment 1780 1782 Spring of 1780, a Private under Capt. Richard Ranson, attached to Lt. Col. John Lowry (Wayne County Regiment). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Private under Capt. Swan Trouton and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). 1782, under Capt. Tilman Patterson when Swan Trouton was promoted to Major, under Col. Joel Lewis, also in the NC State Regiment. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Winters, Moses 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/12/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 4/12/1782 (3rd NC Regiment).
Wise, George NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 Sep. 1780, a Private under Capt. David Ramsey and Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. Lived in Rowan County. Wahab's Plantation (SC).
Wise, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wise, Jesse 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Discharged on 4/1/1782 (2nd NC Regiment).
Wise, John 5th NC Regiment 1776 1779 June 1776, a Private under Capt. William Ward for one year.  Dec. 1777, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  A Corporal in Jan. 1779 under Capt. Philip Taylor.  Discharged at Stono, SC.  S36395. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Wise, John 8th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Musician under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Died on 3/6/1777.
Wise, John Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. William Fellows and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wiseheart, William 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 1/8/1777, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Dropped from the rolls in March 1778.
Wiseman, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 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, also a Private under Capt. Myrick Davis and Lt. Col. John Hampton. 1781, a Private under CApt. Edmund Gamble and Col. Francis Locke. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. John Lopp and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition. Wounded at the battle of Raft Swamp. 1781, also a Sergeant. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Raft Swamp, Brick House.
Wiseman, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1778 1779 First in PA units. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Jacob Nichols and Col. Francis Locke. Moved back to PA. Born on 3/29/1759 in Berk's County, PA. Briar Creek (GA).
Wiset, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 10/5/1777, a Private under Capt. James Wilson.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Witherington, Daniel Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1776, also a Private under Capt. Joseph Allen and Col. John Bryan, Sr. (Craven County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Henry Smith and Col. John Tilman (Craven County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Maj. Abraham Sheppard, Jr. and Maj. John Enloe (Pitt County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. James Darnell. Born on 2/4/1756 in Dobbs County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Witherington, John Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 Drafted under Capt. Hodges in 1780-1781.
Witherington, Joseph Hertford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Cotton and Col. Benjamin Wynns. 5/6/1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Walker (7th NC Regiment) and Capt. John Baker. June 1778, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC - held 13 months, then escaped. Born on 5/24/1759 in Hertford County, NC. S1938. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Witherington, Robert Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Hodges and Col. James Darnell
Witherington, Solomon Dobbs County Regiment 1780 5/26/1780, a known Private under Capt. Matthias Harvey and Col. James Glasgow. Most likely the same man as directly below (different sources).
Witherington, Solomon Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private under Capt. Menan Patrick, then Capt. John Stringer McIlwaine, both under Col. William Caswell. 1780, a Private under Lt. Col. Richard Caswell and Col. Benjamin Exum in the newly-created 2nd NC Regiment of Militia, Captain not named. Sick, guarded the baggage during the battle of Camden, SC. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Caswell and Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Private under Capt. Matthew Moseley, Maj. William Sheppard, and Col. James Darnell. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Azariah Moore, then Capt. Thomas Gatlin, both under Col. James Darnell. Born on 10/4/1761 in Dobbs (what became Lenoir) County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Webber's Bridge.
Witherington, William 7th NC Regiment 1778 1780 6/13/1777, a Sergeant under Capt. Henry Dawson.  A Private in June 1778.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. James Read (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 2/1/1780.  aka William Withrington.
Witherington, William New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. Lived in Dobbs County. Out scouting during the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Feb. 1777, a Private under Capt. Samuel Caswell and Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1779, a Private under Capt. Menan Patrick and Col. William Caswell.  1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Pasteur and Lt. Col. Richard Caswell, Jr. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Matthew Moseley and Col. James Darnell. Born on 7/16/1759 in Dobbs (what became Lenoir) County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Webber's Bridge.
Withers, Elisha Lincoln County Regiment 1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Kings Mountain (SC).
Witherspoon, David Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Col. Benjamin Cleveland, Captain not named. 1781, a Lieutenant. Born in 1758 in NJ. Kings Mountain (SC).
Witherspoon, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1780 1775, a Private under Capt. James Houston and Col. Thomas Polk. 1776, a Private under Capt. James Osborne and Col. Thomas Polk (2nd Salisbury District Minutemen). Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1779, a Private under Capt. Richard Simmons, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Does not mention being in the battle of Stono Ferry, SC, but most in this unit assert they were, indeed, in said battle. 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Flanagan and Maj. William Richardson Davie in the Independent Corps of Light Horse. Born on 12/11/1756 in York County, PA. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Stono Ferry (SC), Hanging Rock (SC).
Witherspoon, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Moses Guest, then under Capt. Joel Lewis (Surry County Regiment), both under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Early 1781, a Private under Capt. John Beverly, attached to Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis and Lt. Col. Joseph Winston (Surry County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. Richard Simmons and Lt. Col. David Caldwell (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, also a Private again under Capt. Joel Lewis and Lt. Col. Joseph Winston (Surry County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Whitesell's Mill. 1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Gordon, first attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) (got sick), then attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born on 10/14/1763 in PA. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Hart's Mill, Haw River, Whitesell's Mill, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Witherspoon, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Neal Morrison and Col. Adam Alexander. 1780, a Private under Maj./Col. William Richardson Davie, dates not provided. 1781, in SC unit. Born in 1758 in PA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Withrow, James Burke County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Private under Capt. John Sigman and Col. Charles McDowell. Fall of 1781, a Private under Capt. William Penny and Col. Robert Smith in the newly-created NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition, no named engagements. 1782, a Private under Capt. Daniel Whitener and Lt. Col. Joseph McDowell. 1782, also a Private under Capt. James Wilson (Rutherford County Regiment), attached to Col. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Born on 6/10/1764 in Rowan County, NC. Cane Creek, Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Witt, Burgess Guilford County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Private under Capt. Smith Moore and Col. James Martin. 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Lytle (4th NC Regiment) for 18 months. Discharged on 5/4/1782 near Charleston, SC. Born 1765 in VA. Brother of Sgt. Eris Witt. aka Berge Witt. W54.
Witty, Andrew Guilford County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Witty, James 9th NC Regiment 1777 5/21/1777, a Private under Capt. Thomas McCrory for three years.  Deserted in Nov. 1777.  Rejoined in May 1778 under Capt. Joshua Bowman (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Robert Mebane ) (1st NC Regiment) led by Capt. Joshua Bowman.  POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), held fourteen months. From Guilford County, NC.  On some rolls as James Wittey.  S18662.  Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Witwell, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Woesley, Bryan 5th NC Regiment 1777 4/15/1777, a Private under Capt. Simon Alderson.
Wolff, Daniel Surry County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Henry Smith and Col. Joseph Williams. A substitute for his brother, Lewis Wolff, for the last three weeks of his three-month tour. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Wolff, Lewis Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Fifer and a Private under Capt. Henry Smith and Col. Joseph Williams. Hired his brother, Daniel, to finish this tour. 1777, a Private under Capt. William Meredith and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1778, a Private under Capt. Samuel Moseby and Col. Joseph Williams. 1780, a Private under capt. Joseph Phillips and Maj. Joseph Winston. Born on 4/28/1757 in York County, PA. aka Johan Ludwig Wolff. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Wollard, Jesse 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.
Wollard, John Beaufort County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Henry Bonner and Col. James Bonner. Also a Private under Capt. Alderson Ellison and Capt. Thomas Jones, dates not provided. Born on 1/3/1758 in Beaufort County, NC.
Wolton, Christopher 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.
Womack, Abner Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Collins, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). Lived in Lincoln County. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Moore and Col. Joseph Dickson. 1781, also a Private under Capt. David Falls and Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Born on 1/7/1764 in Prince Edward County, VA. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Womack, Abraham Chatham County Regiment 1779 1779, a Private, unit not named. Possibly served under Capt. John Cokely (Bute County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Briar Creek, GA. Briar Creek (GA).
Womble, Benjamin 2nd NC Regiment 1782 1783 A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Deserted on 6/11/1783 (?).
Womble, Benjamin 2nd NC Regiment 1778 9/9/1778, a known Private under Capt. Robert Fenner.
Womble, Dempsey 2nd NC Regiment 1781 4/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon.  1782, a Musician under Capt. William Walton  (1st NC Regiment).
Womble, Dempsey Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. William Ormond and Col., James Darnell. Very likely the same man as directly above (different sources).
Womble, John 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1780 6/1/1779, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn.  Then, under Capt. John Campbell (4th NC Regiment).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled.  From Edgecombe County, NC.  S42083. Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Wood, Aaron 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.
Wood, Aaron Halifax County Regiment 1778 1781 First in MD unit. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Thomas Scurlock, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). 1780, also a Private under Capt. Samuel Lockhart, attached to Lt. Col. Charles Porterfield (VA). Late 1780, a Private under a Capt. Newsom and Col. James Allen. Born in 1757 in Loudoun County, VA. Briar Creek (GA), Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Wood, Abraham 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.
Wood, Abraham Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. Matthew Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. Jacob Nichols and Maj. Thomas McGuire. Born on 2/7/1753 in Frederick County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Shallow Ford.
Wood, Archibald Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Wood, Belfield 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Reuben White and Lt. Col. Christopher Beekman. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. 1776, also a Private under Capt. William Davidson and Col. Christopher Beekman. 1779, a Private under Capt. Lewis Taylor and Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Private under Capt. William Murry and Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. 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, no named engagements. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill.
Wood, Benjamin New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wood, Bennett 1st NC Regiment 1782 1783 Dec. 1782, a Private under Capt. Peter Bacot.  Discharged on 12/13/1783.
Wood, Charles 6th NC Regiment 1776 May 1776, a Private under Capt. Philip Taylor.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment) - sick at Valley Forge on that date.  A Corporal in May 1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, held for 14 months.  Back to Private in 1782, unit unknown.  Enlisted in Wake County, NC.  S42084. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Wood, Edward 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 6/1/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore.  Discharged on 8/1/1778.
Wood, Francis New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wood, George Tryon County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Benjamin Vaughn and Col. William Graham. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wood, Henry Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John White and Maj. Agrippa Nichols. Hired a substitute to finish this tour. 1781, a Private under Capt. Henry Sullivant, then Capt. John White, both under Col. Herbert Haynes. Born on 12/16/1756 in Granville (what became Bute) County, NC. Guilford Court House.
Wood, Isaac 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Edward Yarborough for 12 months.  Discharged on 4/22/1782.  From Pasquotank County, NC.  R3530.
Wood, James 2nd NC Regiment 1780 1783 3/20/1780, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman till the end of the war.  From Johnston County, NC.  W6571.
Wood, James New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wood, James Jr. New Bern District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams and Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wood, Jesse 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 8/14/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Wood, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 4/4/1777, a Private under Capt. Lawrence Thompson for three years.  A Sergeant in Jan. 1778.  Back to Private in June 1778.  6/1/1778, a Private under Capt. Griffith John McRee.
Wood, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. William Armstrong, then under Capt. Griffith John McRee.  Official rolls assert that he deserted on 6/13/1781.  From Surry County, NC.  R11792. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Wood, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Wagon Conductor under Capt. Anthony Sharpe.  Discharged on 4/25/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Wood, John 2nd NC Regiment 1776 10/20/1776, a Private, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Lt. Colonel's Company (Lt. Col. Selby Harney).
Wood, John 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 4/1/1782.
Wood, John Caswell County Regiment 1780 First in VA unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. James McFarland and Col. William Moore. Born on 9/1/1758 in King & Queen County, VA.
Wood, John Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. Hugh Tinnen and Col. James Thackston. Too late for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. First lived in Orange County. 1777, in Caswell County. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Douglas and Maj. William McCauley. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Thompson (Wake County Regiment) and Capt. Thomas Farmer (Chatham County Regiment). Born on 12/25/1751 in what became Orange County, NC. Lindley's Mill.
Wood, John Tryon County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Richard Singleton and Col. William Graham. Moved to Washington County. 1777, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wilson and Col. John Carter. 1778, a Private under Capt. Joseph Wilson and Lt. Col. John Sevier. 1779, a Private under Capt. Peter Forney (Lincoln County Regiment), attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). 1779, also in a SC unit. 1780, a Private under Capt. Thomas Wood and Col. John Sevier. Born on 8/16/1755 in what became Newberry County, SC. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Wood, Joseph 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 A Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Sep. 1779.
Wood, Jonas 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Wood, Misael Bute County Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Private under a Capt. Jeter, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Lived in Halifax County, moved to Warren County. 1780, a Private under Capt. John White and Maj. Agrippa Nichols, attached to Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment). Guarded the baggage during the battle of Camden, SC. 1780, also a Private under Capt. Augustin Spain (Pitt County Regiment), attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Feb. 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Crowell and Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. 1781, also a Private under Capt. DeBaron Toller and Lt. Col. Joseph Hawkins. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Cokely, attached to Col. Thomas Hunter (Nash County Regiment). Then placed under Capt. Peter Bacot (a Continental officer). 1782, a Private under Capt. Nicholas Long, Jr. and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops). Served as a Life Guard to Gov. Alexander Martin. Born on 2/28/1761 in St. Mary's County, MD. Stono Ferry (SC), New Garden Meeting House, Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Wood, Obadiah Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Lewis Bledsoe and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer). 1781, a Private under Capt. Martin Lane and Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wood, Philip Bladen County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wood, Sampson 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 5/25/1781, a Private under Capt. Thomas Donoho.  Discharged on 5/25/1782 at Bacon's Bridge, SC.  Enlisted in Orange County, NC.  S42079. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wood, Sampson Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier.
Wood, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 8/14/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Wood, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
Wood, William Bute County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Charles Allen and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Warren County. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Taylor and Col. Whitmell Hill (Martin County Regiment). 1781, a Private under a Capt. Armstrong and Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG). 1782, a Private under Capt. Robert Fenner (a Continental officer). Born in April of 1751 in Granville (what became Bute) County, NC. Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House.
Wood, William Orange County Regiment 1776 Was a Sergeant in the NC Continental Line. 1776, a Private under Lt. Peter O'Neal and Capt. William Murry, 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. 1779, a Private under Capt. William Lytle and Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. Fall of 1780, a Private under Capt. William Douglas (Caswell County Regiment), attached to Brig. Gen (Pro Tempore) Henry William Harrington along the Pee Dee River. 1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (both Continental officers). Born on 7/15/1751 in Lancaster County, PA. Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House.
Wood, Willis 4th NC Regiment 1782 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Thomas Evans for 18 months.
Woodall, Joseph Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under a Capt. Blakey, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. Janus Hillsman, attached to Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment) to guard the Legislature gathered a Wake Court House. Born on 7/11/1763 in Buckingham County, VA.
Woodard, Jesse Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. William Alford and Col. James Glasgow. Later in 1779, in Wayne County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Michael Johnson Kenan and Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Born on 8/15/1757 in Johnston (what became Dobbs then Wayne) County, NC. aka Jesse Woodward.
Woodard, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777, a Private under Capt. Robert  Ralston.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).  aka John Woodward.
Woodard, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. Joseph Williamson and Maj. John Drake. Late 1779, in Wayne County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Michael Johnson Kenan and Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Born on 11/28/1744 in Craven (what became Johnston then Dobbs) County, NC. aka Thomas Woodward.
Woodard, William Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Joseph Green and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Woodday, John Caswell County Regiment 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. William Douglas, attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Lived in Orange County. Born in 1758 in Orange County, NC. aka John Woodey.
Woodert, Henry 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 6/6/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle.  Discharged on 6/6/1782 (4th NC Regiment).
Woodham, Edward Dobbs County Regiment 1780 11/4/1780, drafted under Capt. Samuel Loftin and Col. James Glasgow. Feb. 1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Loftin and Col. James Darnell.
Woodham, Richard Dobbs County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Woodhouse, Henry 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
Woodill, John 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1783 1780, a Private under Capt. Jonathan Smith and Col. Benjamin Exum. Lived in Johnston County. This unit was detached to support Col. Elijah Isaacs (Wilkes County Regiment) and Col. Thomas Sumter (SC) at Fishing Creek, SC. 1781, a Private under Capt. Edmund Griffin and Lt. Col. Arthur Bryan. 1781, a Private under Capt. Joseph Boon and Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment). 8/1/1782, a Private under Capt. Joshua Hadley (1st NC Regiment) for 18 months. Born in October of 1761 in VA. aka John Woodell. W3911. Fishing Creek (SC).
Woodland, John 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.
Woodland, Robert 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.
Woodland, William Dobbs County Regiment 1777 7/26/1777, drafted under Capt. John Kennedy and Col. James Glasgow.
Woodle, Jeremiah 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 7/21/1782.
Woodle, Joseph 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 A Private under Capt. Joseph T. Rhodes.  Discharged on 7/21/1782.
Woodley, Thomas 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 5/17/1777, a Private under Capt. Isaac Moore.  Dropped from the rolls in June 1778.
Woodlift, Augustus 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.
Woodlift, George 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.
Woodman, Edward 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/28/1776, a Private under Lt./Capt. Thomas White and Capt. Archibald Lytle for 2-1/2 years.  1/8/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).  9/8/1778, in same unit.  Discharged on 11/18/1778.  W2893. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Woodrow, H. Edward 1st NC Regiment 1781 A Private under Capt. William Lytle.
Woodruff, Benjamin Franklin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Richards and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC; at Cheraw Hills learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then to Salisbury. Possibly at the skirmish at McAlpine's Creek. Then in VA unit. 1781, a Private under Capt. Harry Hill and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Also a Lieutenant under Capt. Harry Hill for 15 days. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Robert Hight, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Back to VA. Born in 1759 or 1760 in Brunswick County, VA. Swift Creek & Fishing Creek.
Woodruff, John 1st NC Regiment 1781 1781 5/5/1781, a Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.  Killed on 9/8/1781 at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Woodruff, William Franklin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. James Richards and Col. Benjamin Seawell. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC; at Cheraw Hills learned of Gates's Defeat, went to Charlotte then to Salisbury.
Woods, Henry Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 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. 1781, a Private under Capt. James Haven and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. Guarded the baggage during the battle of Guilford Court House. 1781, also a Private under Capt. John Taylor and Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor.
Woods, John Orange County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Private under Capt. William O'Neal (promoted to Major), then Capt. James Trousdale, both under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, also an Artificer under Capt. William Williams and Lt. Col. Abisha Thomas at the Factory near Hillsborough making wagons, harnesses, etc. Born on 1/30/1763 in Orange County, NC. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Woods, William 3rd NC Regiment 1782 3/6/1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Jones for 12 months.
Woods, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Fifer under Capt. Joseph Walker.  Deserted on 9/17/1777.
Woods, 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.
Woods, William Rowan County Regiment 1778 1780 1778, a Private, unit unknown. 1780-1781, in SC units.
Woodside, Archibald Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. James Jack, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1778, a Private under Capt. William Houston, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. John Dickey and Maj. James Hall (Rowan County Regiment). Born on 4/28/1756 in Anson (what became Mecklenburg) County, NC. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Woodside, John Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Drummer under Capt. Joseph Dickey and Col. Francis Locke. 1777, a Private under Capt. Richard Simmons and Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Dickey and Col. Francis Locke. Then in SC unit. Ramseur's Mill.
Woodside, William Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. David Caldwell, then Capt. James Purviance, both under Col. Francis Locke. 1779, a Private under Capt. Richard Graham and Lt. Col. William Lee Davidson (?) (a Continental officer) in the New Levies. 1779, a Private under Capt. Matthew Ramsey (4th NC Regiment) for a short while. 1780, a Private under Capt. James Stevenson and Col. Francis Locke. From what became Iredell County. Born on 3/7/1756 in County Derry, Ireland. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC).
Woodward, Caleb 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.  Died in Sep. 1778 at Roberdson's Hospital.
Woodward, David 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Woodward, Edward 3rd NC Regiment 1782 8/27/1782, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Bailey for 18 mos.
Woodward, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Robert Ralston.
Woodward, Jordan Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Johnson and Col. Ambrose Ramsey (got sick), the attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment) and Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). He asserts that this unit was too late for the battle of Camden, SC, but most others assert that they were, indeed, in said battle. Lived in Wake County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Blake and Col. John Hinton, Jr. guarding the Legislature that met in June of 1781 at Wake Court House. 1781, also a Private under Capt. Janus Hillsman and Col. John Hinton, Jr. Born on 2/13/1760 in NC.
Woody, James Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Joseph Cloud, then under Capt. David Humphreys, both under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1782, a Private under Capt. Samuel Johnston and Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). Camden (SC).
Woody, Jonathan Surry County Regiment 1782 1782, a Private under Capt. Matthew Moore and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1782, also a Private under Capt. Godfrey Isaacs and Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). Born on 6/15/1756 in Rowan (what became Surry) County, NC.
Woody, Robert 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private, unit unknown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Woolard, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.  Discharged at Philadelphia, PA.  Enlisted in Martin County, NC.  aka James Wallard, James Woollard.  S42082.
Woolard, Jesse 5th NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry Darnell.  6/1/1778, in 2nd NC Regiment, unit unknown.  POW at Ft. Lafayette, NY on 6/1/1779.  Rejoined 11/1779. Ft. Lafayette (NY).
Wooten, Christopher 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777, a Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  2/26/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Howell Tatum.  aka Christopher Wotton.
Wooten, Jesse 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/4/1776, a Private, unit unknown for 2-1/2 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock.  Discharged on 10/30/1778.
Wooten, Joel DQMG 1780 1780, a Tailor on the roll of Capt. Solomon Wood (NC Light Dragoons) - this seems to be for convenience only.  8/23/1781, a Tailor under Col. Nicholas Long (Deputy QM General), to make 60 hats within three months.
Wooten, John Currituck County Regiment 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
Wooten, John Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Wooten, Thomas Currituck County Regiment 1780 6/2/1780, a Private under Capt. Alexander Whitehall and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Currituck County.
Wooten, William 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Charles Allen.  Died on 4/21/1778.  aka William Wooton.
Wooters, Markland Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1779 1777, a Private under Capt. Jesse Cobb and Col. James Glasgow. 1779, a Private under Capt. Shadrack Allen and Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment (State Troops). aka Marclin Wooters.
Woreley, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 8/1/1777, a Musician under Capt. Silas Stevenson.  A Drum Major on 8/6/1778.  A Drummer in Sep. 1778.  aka John Wareley.
Work, Henry Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Flack and Lt. Col. James Martin. Marched towards the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, too late.
Workman, Peter 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 4/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard.  Discharged on 4/28/1782 (3rd NC Regiment) at Camden, SC.  S39136.
Worley, Lovett Halifax County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Private, unit(s) unknown.  Camden (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Worley, Matthew 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Lt./Capt. Joseph Montford for nine months.
Worrell, John 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Worsley, Bryant 2nd NC Regiment 1777 4/15/1777, a Private under Capt. Simon Alderson for 3 years.  9/9/1778, a known Private in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) led by Capt. John Craddock.  3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Benjamin Williams.  aka Bryan Worsley.
Worsley, James 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known Volunteer under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County.
Worsley, John 5th NC Regiment 1777 6/28/1777, a Drummer, unit unknown.  9/9/1778, a known Drummer in the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten) (2nd NC Regiment) led by Capt. John Craddock.
Worsley, John 3rd NC Regiment 1778 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.
Worsley, Joseph Pitt County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Nov. 1780, a known Private under Capt. John Hodges, attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Worsley, Leman 1st NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Peter Bacot for 18 months.
Worsley, Thomas 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/10/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months.  Discharged 6/1/1779 at Halifax, NC.  From Beaufort County, NC.  S42081.
Worthy, William Caswell County Regiment 1779 3/15/1779, a known Private under Capt. Berryman Turner and Col. William Moore.
Wray, William Randolph County Regiment 1780 9/8/1780, a known Private under Capt. John Johnston and Col. John Collier. aka William Ray.
Wren, Joseph Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Martin and Col. William Graham. Lived in Warren County. 1781, a Private, unit unknown. Guilford Court House.
Wren, William 4th NC Regiment 1776 1780 5/13/1776, a Private under Capt. William Temple Coles for three years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).  3/12/1779, re-enlisted for the duration of the war in the same unit.  A Corporal on 2/10/1780.  aka William Wrenn.
Wright, Abraham 2nd NC Regiment 1782 12/1/1781, a Sergeant under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman.  A Private in Apr. 1782.
Wright, Adam 4th NC Regiment 1777 A Musician under Capt. Thomas Harris.  Dropped from the rolls in March 1778.  Jan. 1779, re-enlisted.
Wright, Asa Caswell County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 5/16/1778 (?), a Private under Capt. William Goodman (4th NC Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Russell and Lt. Col. Archibald Murphy. Born in 1759 in Goochland County, VA. S18292. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Wright, Carney Anson County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Wade. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wright, Daniel Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Free and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, a Captain. Born in 1759 in Fauquier County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Wright, Edward Guilford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Private under Capt. John Davis, attached to Lt. Col. Hugh Tinnen (Orange County Regiment). 1781, a Private under Capt. George Stewart and Lt. Col. James Hunter. Stono Ferry (SC).
Wright, Evan Randolph County Regiment 1780 1780, a Private under Capt. John Rains and Col. John Collier.
Wright, Ewell 2nd NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
Wright, Jacob Caswell County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown.
Wright, James Duplin County Regiment 1776 1778 1776 and 1777, a Private under Capt. William Dickson and Col. James Kenan. 1778, a Private unde Capt. John Fort and Col. James Kenan. 1778, also a Cornet and a Lieutenant. Born on 9/25/1755 in New Hanover County, NC.
Wright, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 A Private under Capt. Robert Smith.  Dropped from the rolls in Sep. 1777.
Wright, John Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Private in the New Levies for nine months under Capt. Robert Moore and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer).
Wright, John Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James McFarland, attached to Col. Elijah Issacs (Wilkes County Regiment) and Col. Thomas Sumter (SC). Lived in Orange County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Douglas and Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, also a Private under Capt. John McNeil, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Born on 10/25/1761 in Hanover County, VA. Fishing Creek (SC), Guilford Court House.
Wright, John Duplin County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Private under Capt. Elias Faison and Col. James Kenan. 1779, a Private under Capt. Daniel Williams and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under Capt. John C. "Shay" Williams, then under Capt. John Fort, both under Col. James Kenan. Born in 1759 in New Hanover County, NC. Portevent's Mill, Rockfish Creek.
Wright, John 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. 1781, also a Timber Getter under Maj. Batt Birdsong and Col. Nicholas Long, making wagons at the Public Shops in Harrisburgh. Born in 1762 in Louisa County, VA. Guilford Court House.
Wright, John Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 1780 and 1781, a Private, unit(s) unknown. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Wright, Joseph Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Robinson, attached to Lt. Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). Lived in Chatham County. 1781, a Private under Capt. Elijah Williams, then under Capt. Aaron Hill, both under Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Born on 1/13/1754 in Frederick County, MD.
Wright, Levi 2nd NC Regiment 1779 3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. Clement Hall.
Wright, Micajah 5th NC Regiment 1779 1779 6/22/1779, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount.  Deserted in Oct. 1779.
Wright, O. Prince 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1779 7/20/1778, a Private under Capt. Francis Child for nine months.  Dropped from the rolls sometime during 1779.
Wright, Thomas 4th NC Regiment 1776 1779 4/29/1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Harris for 3 years.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. John Sumner (1st NC Regiment).  Discharged on 5/10/1779.
Wright, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. Daniel Williams and Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Private under Capt. Elias Faison, then under Capt. John Fort, both under Col. James Kenan. Also served under Capt. Michael Johnson Kenan and Capt. William Dickson, dates not provided. Born on 12/3/1761 in New Hanover County, NC. Portevent's Mill, Rockfish Creek.
Wright, Thomas Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Free and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, a Private under Capt. John Horn, then Capt. Gibson Wooldridge, then Capt. Samuel Moseby, all under Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips and Col. Joseph Williams. Born on 2/18/1758 in Fauquier County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Wright, William Caswell County Regiment 1780 8/16/1780, a known Private, unit unknown. Wounded/POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Wright, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Private under Capt. John Leak and Col. James Martin. Several other short tours, Captains not named. 1781, a Private again under Capt. John Leak and Col. James Martin. Born in 1755 in Frederick County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Guilford Court House.
Wright, William Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. James Robinson, attached to Lt. Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). Lived in Randolph County. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Rains and Col. John Collier. 1781, also a Private under Capt. William Gray and Lt. Col. James Dougan. Born on 3/25/1761.
Wright, William Guilford County Regiment 1781 8/20/1781, a Private under Capt. Richard Vernon and Col. John Peasley to go after delinquents and deserters.
Wright, William Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Wyatt, Ephraim 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/4/1780, a known draftee under Capt. Kenneth McKenzie and Col. Samuel Jarvis. From Martin County. 
Wyatt, James 10th NC Regiment 1777 1783 10/2/1777, a Private under Capt. Andrew Vanoy.  9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Tilghman Dixon (1st NC Regiment).  A Corporal in Apr. 1783.  Deserted on 6/15/1783 (?).
Wyatt, Jeremiah NC Light Dragoons 1780 1781 1780, a Private under Capt. John Hardin Hambright and Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor. Lived in Lincoln County. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. Josiah Martin and Lt. Col./Col. Joseph Dickson. Born in February of 1762 in Mecklenburg County, NC. Cowan's Ford, Guilford Court House.
Wyatt, John NC State Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Private under Capt. Charles Gholson, Capt. Nicholas Nall, and Capt. Jacob Duckworth, all under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1782, a Private under Capt. William Jones and Maj. Bennett Crafton in the NC State Regiment (State Troops) for 12 months. Born on 7/16/1759 in Halifax County, NC. Brush Creek, Bear Creek.
Wyche, Peter Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Private under Capt. Turner Bynum and Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Wylie, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1776, a Private under Capt. Charles Polk and Col. Adam Alexander. aka John Wiley, John Wily, John Wyly.
Wynn, Ezekiel 4th NC Regiment 1782 A Private under Capt. Anthony Sharpe for 18 months.
Wynn, George Duplin County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Michael King and Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Wynn, Thomas 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).
Wynne, Jones 1st NC Regiment 1777 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  9/8/1778, a known Wagoner under Capt. James Read.  aka Jones Wynn.
Wynne, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Private under Capt. Henry "Hal" Dixon.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.


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