SC Flag
Revolutionary War
Pee Dee Patriots
SC Flag

The list below is a work in progress, compiled from the various sources listed, and contains the names found thus far of Dillon and Marion County patriots of record in the American Revolution. Additions and/or corrections are most welcome.
--Victoria

Surnames A - L | Surnames M - Z

ALLEN, William
Listed as Private in Capt. Martin's Company, Col. Polk's Regiment, Gen. Sumter's Brigade, May 1781.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book M, Claim 574, p. 228, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

AYER, Darius
Maryland Militia. Initial application for pension was rejected pending narrative proof. Not listed in 1840 federal census, Pensioner's column (died prior to census).
Personal data: Born 22 Oct 1755, Died 4 Apr 1840. Buried in Ayres Cemetery, Dillon County, SC

BASS, Joseph
Military.
Source: Salley, Original Index of Revolutionary Claims filed in South Carolina, S.C. Archives (SCDAH), p. 37
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

BASS, Wright
Military.
Source: Salley, Original Index of Revolutionary Claims filed in South Carolina, S.C. Archives (SCDAH), p. 37
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

BATHIS (BETHEA), William
Gave provisions and forage to military
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 108, p. 266, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

BAXTER, Israel
See Pension Declaration.

BERRY, Andrew
Military.
Source: Salley, Original Index of Revolutionary Claims filed in South Carolina, S.C. Archives (SCDAH), p. 31

BETHEA, Goodman
Served as Lieutenant in militia. Born in Marion Dist., SC., July 2nd 1793; died in Consecuh Co, Ala., September 22d, 1864.
Sources:
Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book B, Claim 380, p. 63, S.C. Archives (SCDAH);
1864 Tribute of Respect

1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

BETHEA, "Buck Swamp" John
Gave provisions and forage for use of the Continentals and militia in 1780, 1782, and 1783.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book R, Claim 25, p. 7, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

BETHEA, "Devil" John, of Sweat Swamp
Tradition states service in Militia. Buried in Bethea-Sherwood Sweat Swamp Cemetery, Dillon County, SC.
Source: Harllee, Kinfolks, Vol. III, 2207-2208
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

BOOTH, John
Private, South Carolina militia.
Source: Marion District Pension Roll, 1835

BRASWELL, Henry
Private, South Carolina militia.
Source: Marion District Pension Roll, 1835
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

BUCKHOLTS (Buckholtz), Peter
Provided beef for militia.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book R, Claim 17, p. 6, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

DANIEL, Ezekiel
Private, South Carolina militia. Listed as pensioner, age 76, on 1840 Federal Census for Marion District.
Source: Marion District Pension Roll, 1835

DILLON, Joshua
Military.
Source: Harllee, Kinfolks, Vol. I, p. 221

EDWARDS, Richard
Served in Vause's Company, 8th Virginia Regiment.
Source: Sellers, History of Marion County, South Carolina, 185-189
DAR Patriot Index, 216

DAR monument in EDWARDS Cemetery, Smithboro, Marion County, S.C.

EDWARDS, Samuel
Provided three horses to militia
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book X, Claim 746, p. 28, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

FORD, James
Captain, Colonel Water's Regiment
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book X, Claim 2508, p. 66, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

FORD, John
Military.
Source: Salley, Original Index of Revolutionary Claims filed in South Carolina, S.C. Archives (SCDAH), p. 111-112

FORD, Joseph
Military.
Source: Salley, Original Index of Revolutionary Claims filed in South Carolina, S.C. Archives (SCDAH), p. 111-112
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

FORD, Nathaniel
Served in militia
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book S, Claim 539, p. 189, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

GASSOWAY, James
Private, Virginia Continental Line.
Source: Marion District Pension Roll, 1835
Pension transferred to Alabama; annual allowance, $96. Resident of Shelby County, AL.
Pension Book, State Branch Bank, Mobile, Alabama.

GIBSON, Gideon
Son of Gideon Gibson, the Regulator. Provided hogs for public use
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book Y, Claim 1605, p. 224, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

GIBSON, Jordan
Provided beef for Continental Army and militia
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 217, p. 283, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

GRAVES (Greaves), James
Military.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book Q, Claim 114, p. 252, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

GRAVES, John
Military service
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book Y, Claim 765, p. 117, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

HAYES, John
Militia
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book M, Claim 245, p. 144, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

KEIGHTLEY, Peter
Military service
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book Y, Claim 1607, p. 225, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

KIRBY, Archibald
Private, South Carolina Militia. Listed on Marion District Pension Roll, 1835.
Source: Salley, Original Index of Revolutionary Claims filed in South Carolina, S.C. Archives (SCDAH), p. 188

Surnames A - L | Surnames M - Z

Graphics by Victoria

Back to Revolutionary War

Marion County Homepage


 

Copyright 2002-2011 Victoria Proctor. All rights reserved.
This WEB page is intended solely for the private, non-commercial use of researchers, and may not be copied, altered, converted or uploaded to any electronic system, BBS, Message Board, Mailing list, or web site, nor included in any software collection or print collection of any type without the express written permission of the author. These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by other individuals or organizations.