The American Revolution in North Carolina

Capt. Thomas Harris*

Known Regiment(s) Associated With:

Known Year(s) as a Captain:

Anson County Regiment
4th NC Regiment


Known Lieutenants:

Known Ensigns:

Known Sergeants:

Known Corporals:

James Farr
Patrick McGibbony
Thomas Pasteur
Thomas Pickett
William Williams
George Wilson

James Coots
Thomas Pasteur

David Dodd
John Flowers
John Street

John Clarke
Reuben Coplin

Known Privates, Drummers, Fifers, etc.:

Samuel Blackford

James Britnell

George Bryley

William Bryly

Solomon Burniss

Jesse Burtson

Benjamin Carter

John Clark/Clarke

William Coleman

Reuben Coplin 

John Crawford

Joseph Curbon

Joseph Curbow

John Dinking

Samuel Dinking

David Dodd

 Jesse Dodd

John Dysart

John Dysart

Edward Farr

John Furgison

William Henson

Tubal Cain Hicks

Nathan Hickson

Reason Holland

George Howard

John Hurley

Andrew Hyde

John Jerman

James Kerby

William Kerby

James Kilgo

John LeFever

John LeFever

John LeFever, Jr.

William Love

Nicholas Manora

Richard Martin

James McGill

John Murdock

Edward Parr

John Parson

Jacob Paul

John Powers

Thomas Ratliff

David Rich

Henry Rinefield 

Hendy Sadler

Hendy Sadler

John Short

Drury Stokes

Young Stokes

Van Swearingham

Frederick Temples

William Walls

Andrew Watts


Adam Wright

Thomas Wright



Known Battles / Skirmishes:


Moore's Creek Bridge


Fort George - Bald Head Island


Brandywine Creek (PA)


Germantown (PA)

* Note - there were two Captains in NC named Thomas Harris.

This man was from Anson County and in the NC Continental Line. In 1780, he was promoted to Major in the Anson County Regiment.

The other Capt. Thomas Harris was from Mecklenburg County and known to be active during 1779. It is entirely possible that they were the same man - different sources make it difficult to determine.

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