The American Revolution in South Carolina

The Orangeburgh District Regiment of Militia

Month & Year Established:

Commanders:

Misc. Players:

February 1775

Col. William Thomson
Col. Christopher Rowe
Col. Charles Heatley

NONE KNOWN

Known Lt. Colonels:

Donald Bruce

John Griffith

John Grissett

Richard Hampton

Charles Heatley

James McCoy

Charles Starke Myddleton

Christopher Rowe

Jacob Rumph

Thomas Sabb

Keating Simons

Samuel Tate

-

William Russell Thomson

-

Known Majors:

Lewis Golsan

Derrill Hart

Steven Muller

Charles Starke Myddleton

Peter Oliver

Morgan Sabb

Thomas Sabb

Keating Simons

Daniel Tateman

-

William Russell Thomson

-


Known Captains:

Thomas Ballard

Tarleton Brown

John Clayton

Godfrey Dreher, Jr.

John Henry Felder

Samuel Felder

Gabriel A. Fridign

Andrew Gray

Henry Graybill

John Green

John Griffith

Henry Guissentiver

Robert Hails

Richard Hampton

Joshua Inman

Gideon Jennings

James Johnson

Gersham Kelly

John Kerisler

John Lally

Michael Lightner

Jacob Linder

Aaron Little

 John McCord

John McKenzie

William McKenzie

Charles Starke Myddleton

Peter Oliver

Jacob Ott

Jonathan Owens

William Reid

Henry Rowe

Jacob Rumph

John Salley

Richard Simmons

Samuel Tate

Daniel Tateman

Gerson Tilley

? Tutman

Joseph Vince

-

Jacob Wannamaker


Known Lieutenants - Captain Unknown:

Leven Collins

Julius Dean

Henry Graybill

-

Robert Spence

-


Known Sergeants - Captain Unknown:

Abraham Bush 

John Ott

Morgan Sabb

Adam Snell

-

Robert Spence


Known Corporals - Captain Unknown:

NONE


Known Privates / Fifers / Drummers / Etc. - Captain Unknown:

Robert Bailey 

John Bodly

William Chapman

Julius Dean

Gabriel A. Fridign

Philip Frierson

John Haugabook

Henry Higgins

John Hoover

Thomas Kirk

Andrew Koffman

Stophel Koffman

Aaron Little

Abraham Rumph

Morgan Sabb

Samuel Sealy

Robert Spence

George Spinney

John Stack

David Stoots

Alexander Tate

-

Peter Weedeman

-


Brief History of Regiment:
 

Date(s):

Known Battles / Skirmishes:

Jun. 28, 1776

Breach Inlet Naval Battle

Mar. 28 - May 12, 1780

Siege of Charleston

Jun. 18, 1780

Hill's Iron Works

Jul. 30, 1780

Rocky Mount

Aug. 6, 1780

Hanging Rock

Aug. 16, 1780

Camden

Aug. 16, 1780

Rugeley's Mills

Aug. 18, 1780

Fishing Creek

Nov. 20, 1780

Blackstocks

Feb. 23, 1781

Fork of Edisto River

May 21 - Jun. 19, 1781

Siege of Ninety-Six

Jun. 1, 1781

Vaudant's Old Field

Jun. 18, 1781

Myddleton's Ambuscade

July 1781

Dreher's Plantation

Aug. 6, 1781

Salley's Cowpens

Sep. 8, 1781

Eutaw Springs

Oct. 28, 1781

Vince's Fort

Nov. 1781

R. Hampton's Surprise


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