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South Carolinians in the War of 1812

Canaday, Crispin, Private, Juhan's Battalion SC Militia

Canaday, David
Private, Youngblood's, 1st Regiment SC Militia

Canaday, James M.
Private, Youngblood's, 1st Regiment SC Militia

Canady, John, Private, McWillie's 2nd Regiment SC Militia

Canady, Lewis, Private, Howard's Detachment SC Militia

Canant, Jeremy, Private, Tucker's Regiment SC Militia

Canfield, James
Private, Youngblood's, 1st Regiment SC Militia

Caniday, David
Private, Youngblood's, 1st Regiment SC Militia

Cannady, Thomas, Private, Rutledge's 3rd Regiment SC State Troops

Canner, Petr, Private, Howard's Detachment SC Militia

Cannon, David
Private, Alston's 3rd Regiment SC Militia

Cannon, Ephraim, Captain, Juhan's Battalion SC Militia

Cannon, John, Private, Nash's Regiment SC Volunteers

Cannon, Nathaniel
Private, Felder's Battalion Artillery SC Militia

Cannon, Samuel, Major, Tucker's Regiment SC Militia

CANNON, William, Captain
Nash's Regiment SC Volunteers
Data provided by Lucien H. Hinson, Sr., 15 Feb 2005:
Captain William Henry Cannon, Copy of records from NARA show -
"William Cannon, Capt, [mustered with] Capt. William Cannon's Company of Infantry, belonging to Lt. Col. Reuban Nash's Reg't South Carolina Volunteer Militia."
(Three Muster Cards - "For what time engaged, 6 mos")
Mustered at Fort Hawkins from Jan 20 to Feb 9, 1814
Mustered at Camp Jackson from Feb 9 to May 13, 1814
Mustered at FORT Hawkins from May 13 to July 3, 1814
There is one record of pay dated Oct. 28, 1814 and signed by a Beaufort T Watts, Pay Master. I cannot discern the reason for the pay from my copy.

William Henry Cannon, Sr., the son of Mary Ervin and Henry Cannon, was born on April 25, 1783 and died December 2, 1843. He was born and died in Darlington County, South Carolina. He married Sarah Ann McTyer on May 13, 1804.

William H. Cannon represented Darlington County in the SC House of Representatives from 1822 to 1828 and from 1833 to 1834. He was a member of the Nullification Convention in 1833 - 1834. He served in the State Senate from 1836 to 1841 at which time he was stricken while performance of his duty, and resigned because of ill health.. Sources: Personal information taken from /The Darlington Cannons and Their Kin/ by Thomas Evans Cannon and confirmed by other sources.

Cannon, William, Ensign, Tucker's Regiment SC Militia

Cannon, William
Private, Youngblood's, 1st Regiment SC Militia

Canolan, James, Private, Rutledge's 3rd Regiment SC State Troops

Cantey, Charles, Captain, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia

Cantey, Joseph, Private, Rutledge's 3rd Regiment SC State Troops

Cantey, Nelson
Private, Felder's Battalion Artillery SC Militia

Cantey, Samuel, Private, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia

Cantey, Samuel, Corporal, Rutledge's 3rd Regiment SC State Troops

Cantrell, Eli, Private, Mean's 1st Regiment South Carolina Militia

Cantrell, James, Private, Nash's Regiment SC Volunteers

Cantrell, Peter, Private, Mean's 1st Regiment South Carolina Militia

Cantrill, James, Private, Nash's Regiment SC Volunteers

Cantrill, Peter, Private, Mean's 1st Regiment South Carolina Militia

Cantriel, Elie, Private, Mean's 1st Regiment South Carolina Militia

Cantriel, William, Private, Austin's Regiment SC Militia

Cantrill, William, Private, Austin's Regiment SC Militia

Canty, Samuel, Private, Howard's Detachment SC Militia

Cantzan, John, Private, McWillie's 2nd Regiment SC Militia

Capbell, James, Private, Austin's Regiment SC Militia

Cape, John
Private, Alston's 3rd Regiment SC Militia

Capers, William H., Captain, McWillie's 2nd Regiment SC Militia

Capps, Bannabas, Private, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia

Caps, Joshua, Private, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia

Caps, Joshua, Private, Rowe's Regiment SC Militia

Capps, Keith, Private, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia

Capps, Matt, Private, Austin's Regiment SC Militia

Capps, Samuel, Private, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia

Capps, Thomas, Private, Keith's 5th Regiment SC Militia


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