The American Revolution in North Carolina

Capt. Joshua Hadley*

Known Regiment(s) Associated With:

Known Year(s) as a Captain:

1st NC Regiment
2nd NC Regiment

1779-1781, 1782-1783
1781-1782

Known Lieutenants:

Known Ensigns:

Known Sergeants:

Known Corporals:

 James Pearl
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-
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-

None Known

Richard Bond
Salathiel Holston
Finlay McDonald
John Scott
John Still

Joel Ballard
James Bell
Benjamin Ross
John Smith
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Known Privates, Drummers, Fifers, etc.:

Joel Adkinson

William Alfin

Jesse Ashlock

Joshua Baccus

John Baker

Joshua Baxley

James Black

Edward Brummager

John Bryant

William Bussell

Job Daniel

Archibald Davis

John Davis

Joseph Davis

Joseph Davis (Nothern)

Jacob Dedrick

John Edmonson

James Farmer

Jesse Farmer

Willis Fryar

Levi Glass

Hobart Green

John Hall

Brazil Halten

Jesse Harris

William Hay

William Jones

Martin Kellahan

John Kelly

John Kennedy

Levi Kent

James Kersey

James Key

Edward King

William Kinsey

James Lasiter

Jesse Martin

Daniel McCleran

Benjamin McDonald

Finlay McDonald

Murdock McIntosh

James McKensey

William McKenzie

John McKey

Jacob Mills

Oliver Mitchell

Truman Modglin

William O'Bryan

William Oliver

Jesse Osborne

Edward Parish

William Phillips

Zachariah Phillips

Lewis Powell

Stephen Powell

John Privit

William Richardson

Jesse Roe

David Roser

Cornelius Ryan

Cornelius Sanders

Thomas Silas

Richard Smith

Thomas Spain

 Drewry Tann

Samuel Tarbarra

Jacob Taylor

Daniel Timer

Benjamin Wadkins

Obediah Wainwright

Samuel Warren

Samuel Webb

C. Noah Welch

George White

William White

Thomas Wilkins

Francis Williams

Archibald Williford

James Williford

John Woodill

Date(s):

Known Battles / Skirmishes:

4/14/1780

Moncks Corner #1 (SC)

 5/6/1780

Lenud's Ferry (SC)

8/11/1780

Little Lynches Creek (SC)

8/16/1780

Camden (SC)

5/12/1781

Fort Motte (SC)

5/21-6/19/1781

Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC)

9/8/1781

Eutaw Springs (SC)

* Note - there were three Captains named Joshua Hadley in North Carolina.

This man was the only one to serve in the NC Continental Line. He was from Cumberland County.

The second Capt. Joshua Hadley was from Cumberland County and in the NC Militia.

The third Capt. Joshua Hadley was from Rowan County and in the NC Militia.



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