Davies Gill, p521, rank refugee from 96, Savannah & recommended by Col. Campbell & Col. Pearson
Deas Gill, p11, Capt. Murphy, Savannah 1 Dec. 1779 (Adam Sigler also in this group)
Robert Gill p521, rank refugee from 96, Savannah & recommended by Col. Campbell & Col. Pearson
Robert Gill p11, Murphy Co., Savannah, 1 Dec. 1779, enlisted 3 Nov. 1779
Robert Gill p316, Col. Thos. Pearson's Regt., Little River Militia, 96 Brigade, Aug.-Oct. 1782
Robert Gill p318, Charleston, Aug.-Dec. 1782
James Gill, p316, pay record, Col. Thos. Pearson's Regt., Little River Militia, 96 Brigade Aug.-Oct. 1782, enlisted 3 Nov. 1779.
James Gill, p318, Col. Thos. Pearson's Regt., Little River Militia, 96 Brigade, Charleston 1782.
Source: Loyalists in the Southern Campaign, by Murtie June Clark (none of us Clarks are related, amazing!), 1981, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, and page numbers are for that reference.
If these men were at least 16, then they were all at least born before 1779-16, or 1763. If they were 21 or older, then these become 1758. Since all three served from 96, which was a distinct location, a fort, during this war, they may have been related, either brothers or a father and children. Probably these three were brothers. Days would likely have to be born before say 1763-21, or 1742, to be the father of one of these, and I think that is just too far back in time for him.
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