The American Revolution in North Carolina

Capt. Benjamin Williams*

Known Regiment(s) Associated With:

Known Year(s) as a Captain:

2nd NC Regiment

1776-1779

Known Lieutenants:

Known Ensigns:

Known Sergeants:

Known Corporals:

James Campen
John Craddock
James Luton
Samuel Martin
James Parkinson

John Craddock
James Luton
William Williams
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-

Samuel Baxter
John Collins
Charles Reff
Thomas Tiffin
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Brinson Jones
Josiah Lilley
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-
-

Known Privates, Drummers, Fifers, etc.:

Lanier Adams

James Amsley

Samuel Baxter

Nathaniel Bilbry

Byrd Brazil

Moses Brown

Thomas Bruce

? Brutus

Michael Bull

John Carey/Cary

John Clements

George Cole

Richard Copeland

Peter Curtis

Samuel Davis

Abel Edmons

Stephen Emory

Thomas Gaddy

Elisha Grant

Edmund Griffin

John Harvey

Abraham Houston

John Howell

John Huste

Solomon Jennet

Samuel Jewell

Malachi Jolly

Jonathan Kemmy

William King

Thomas Lewallen

Josiah Lilley

Robert Marshall

Henry Martin

John Moore

John Morning

John Parkerson

Micajah Pettaway

Thomas Pierce/Price

James Ring

James Ring, Sr.

Benjamin Robinson

Andrew Sanders

William Sanders

Thomas Scott

Joseph Seaborn

Jesse Shute

Henry Singleton

John Smith

William Smith

William Stevenson

Thomas Tiffin

Benjamin Turner

Charles Williams

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-

Bryant Worsley

Date(s):

Known Battles / Skirmishes:

9/11/1777

Brandywine Creek (PA)

10/4/1777

Germantown (PA)

6/28/1778

Monmouth (NJ)

* Note - there were two Captains in NC named Benjamin Williams.

This man was in the NC Continental Line and from Johnston County.

The second Capt. Benjamin Williams was in the NC Militia from Onslow County.



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