Born 1758 - Died 12 ??? 1802
William Battle II served as a Captain in the American Revolution.
Thomas Bullard lived in Duplin County, NC as served as a private in the 10th Continental Regiment Sharps Company from 10 March 1778 for 9 months; thus completing his service in 1779. He was pensioned 28 Aug 1833 Pension # S6770
Sampson Carver served as a Private in the militia of Cumberland County, North Carolina.
Louis Deshong was born 1762 or 1763 in Chowan County, NC and died in South Georgia in 1843. He married Elizabeth Rhodes of Chowan County NC in 1786. He enlisted in Chowan County NC in the fall of 1778 and served six months as a private in Captain James Robards (or Roberts) company under John Pugh Williams. He later shipped as a Marine on the Privateer Brig Bellona with Captain Harrison. The crew was captured and he was imprisoned in Saint Augustine until his escape in May 1782
John DeVane resided in the Wilmington District of New Hanover NC. He was elected a 2nd Lt. on 29 Apr 1778 By members of the House of Commons at Ft. Johnson. He was elected Captain in the Wilmington Brigade of Militia. He was a second Major Field Officer of Minute Men in 1773. He appears in Harveys List of Revolutionary Soldier of North Carolina as well as in North Carolina Colonial Records.
Born 5 Aug 1725 - Died before Aug 1791
James Drake was a patriot from Edgecomb and Nash Counties in North Carolina. In 1781, Captain Beard, with a band of 20 Tories, attacked James Drake's home and ordered him to surrender. James was badly wounded, but refused to surrender. With the help of his son, brother, and others, including his wife, he overpowered the Tories and took them captive.
*Widow of Thomas Davis
Samuel Flake lived in Anson County, NC and took the Oath of Allegiance in Dec. 1778. (Abstract of Land Entries: Anson Co. NC 1778-1795; (Pruitt p.48)
Born abt. 1739 - Died aft. 19 Feb 1807
Daniel Highsmith was probably born in Norfolk County, Virginia, and died in New Hanover County, North Carolina. Daniel Highsmith served in the Revolutionary War as a soldier from New Hanover County, North Carolina.
Born 8 Jun 1749 - Died 8 Jun 1806
George Howard was a resident of Ocracoke Island, North Carolina and served in Cole's Company, 4th Regiment and Captain John Summer's Company, 1st Battalion, commanded by Colonel Thomas Clark.
Born a 1756 Died bef 7 Dec 1807
Born 8 May 1759 Died 17 Oct 1838
Born 5 Aug 1745 Died 7 (10) Aug1836
Born 1755 (53) - Died 1823
Isaac Middlebrook of Caswell County, North Carolina, served as a private and his widow received a land grant in 1827 for his Revolutionary War service.
Born c 1740 - Died 14 Jan 1795-96
James Mills served as a Captain in the 10th Regiment of the North Carolina Line.
Major John Paine lived in Orange County NC when he served as a Major in the North Carolina Militia.
Born c 1720 Died abt Oct 1782
Born 1740 Died 1800
Born 1757 - Died 17 May 1824
Daniel Smith, living in Burke County, North Carolina, served as a Captain in Colonel McDowell's Regiment in the Burke County Militia during the Revolutionary War. Captain Smith was Commander of Davidson Old Fort in 1781 in Burke County, North Carolina.
Born 1749 - Died 20 Nov 1798
Josiah Stovall lived in Granville County, North Carolina, and served as a soldier and a patriot. He served in Colonel Richard Henderson's Regiment of Foot, Captain Yancey's Company (North Carolina). He took the Oath of Allegiance in John Yancey's District in 1778.
Born 20 Feb 1763 - Died 30 Aug 1847
Richard Stubblefield, living in Gulford County, North Carolina, served as a private in the militia of North Carolina, under the command of Captain William Bethell, of Guilford County, North Carolina, volunteering in August or September, 1781. He was marched to Martinsville and then to Randolph County, North Carolina, where the unit joined the regiment under the command of Colonel Smith and General Weatherford. They were marching towards Wilmington, North Carolina, when they heard that Cornwallis had surrendered at Yorktown.
Born c. 1757 Died 26 Mar 1823
Born 1755 Died 1796
Jacob Yount resided in Tryon Co., NC and he served as a soldier under General Nathaniel Greene during the campaign of 1781 and until the evacuation of Charleston, South Caroline and the disbanding of General Greens army.