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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

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MANNING, Moses
Provided corn for militia
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book V, Claim 164, p. 169, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

McCOLLUM (McCallum), Daniel
Military.
Source: Salley, Stub Entries to Indents Issued in Payment of Claims against South Carolina growing out of the Revolution, 9.

MOODY, Charles, Sr.
Military. 2nd Lieutenant.
Bishop Gregg states in his book, History of the Old Cheraws, page 245:
"the following commissions were made out, signed and dated as here entered for the officers in Col. Powell's Regiment of Militia, St. Davids Parish, volunteer Corp.
2nd Lieut. Charles Moody
26 September 1775."

A tombstone stands on what is now known as the Charlie Stackhouse farm, 868 Stackhouse Road, Dillon County, SC, in a small plot called the Platt Deer Cemetery. Inscribed on the tombstone is:
2LT. CHARLES MOODY
POWELL'S REGT.
S. C. MIL. REV. WAR
Source: Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws

MUNNERLYN, James.
Military. Lieutenant.
Source: Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws

MUNNERLYN, Loftis R.
Military. Listed as pensioner, age 88, on 1840 Federal Census for Marion District.
See Pension Record.
Sources: 1840 census, pension application

MURFEE (Murphy), Claudia
?
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 535, p. 335, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

MURFEE (Murphy), James
Military service
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 535, p. 335, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

MURFEE (Murphy), Malachi
Military service
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 537, p. 335, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

MURFEE (Murphy), Maurice (Morris)
Captain and Major in militia. Captain in Hick's Regiment in 1779-80; major in 1780-81, and Lieut. Colonel, commanding in 1781-82.
Sources: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book X, Claim 90, p. 9, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws, p. 411

NEAVEL, Isaac
Military service. Lieutenant.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book W, Claim 622, p. 288, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

ODOM, Levi
Served as Private in North Carolina Militia. Listed as pensioner, age 83, on 1840 Federal Census for Marion District.
Sources: Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws, p. 393;
1835 Federal Report of Pensioners

PAGE, Thomas
Military service
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book V, Claim 374, p. 150, and Claim 630 p. 189, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

PILKINGTON, Drura (Dura), Sr.
Private, Virginia Militia.  See Pension Application for service details.
Personal data: born 3rd day of April 1762 in Amelia County, Virginia. Moved to Marion District in Spring 1789. Enumerated as Du Ray PILKENTON on 1790 census for South Carolina in Prince Frederick's Parish, Georgetown District. Listed as pensioner, age 79, on 1840 Federal Census for Marion District.
Sources:
Marion District Pension Roll, 1835
1840 Federal Census, Marion District
1832 Pension Application

ROGERS, Lot B.
Private, Virginia Militia.
Drafted for three months' service and served one month, was in the Battle of Brandywine. Service in Capt. Jethro Sumner's Company attested to by Levi Odom in 1841.
Source: Pension application of widow Anna Bethea Rogers, 1840 as written in Harllee, Kinfolks, Vol. III, p. 2163

Personal data: born 12 Sept 1755 in Virginia, probably Nansemond County. Died 2 April 1829. Buried in Buck Swamp Bethea Cemetery. Married "Nannie" Bethea, sister of Buck Swamp John Bethea, at his father's home in Virginia, 11 April 1773. Came to South Carolina about the close of the Revolutionary War, lived just above Dothan Church, on the road leading from Dillon to Harlleesville (Little Rock). (See Kinfolks, p. 2163)
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

ROZIER, William
Private, South Carolina Continental Line. See Pension Record.
Source: Marion District Pension Roll, 1835
1790 census for South Carolina, Prince George Parish, Georgetown District.

SAUNDERS, John
Militia.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book X, Claim 1139, p. 120, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

SELLERS, Jordan
Militia.
Source: Sellers, History of Marion County, South Carolina, p. 545

SHOEMAKER, John
Provided apples for cider and peaches for brandy
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 671, p. 356, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

SHOEMAKER, Sampson
Militia
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book V, Claim 318, p. 142, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

SHOEMAKE(R), Samuel
Private, South Carolina Militia.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book N, Claim 670, p. 356, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)
Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws, p. 413

SMITH, John
Militia.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book X, Claim 166, p. 28, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

SMITH, Samuel
Presumed military service, Powell's Regiment, S.C. Militia
Source: tombstone
See (Old) Smith Cemetery, Dillon County, SC for tombstone photo

STACKHOUSE, William
Military service, Captain.
Source: Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book V, Claim 302, p. 139, S.C. Archives (SCDAH)

WHITTINGTON, Nathan (Nathaniel, Nathanael)
Private, South Carolina Militia.
Pension # S9527
Born 7 February 1762 in Marlborough District, South Carolina, he was drafted under Capt. Tristram Thomas and Col. Simmons. Next, he was under Capt. Morris Murphy and Gen. Marion and was in the skirmish at Wadboo Bridge. Afterwards, he was under Capt. Murphy, Col. Benton and Gen. Marion. He helped take Scots Lake Fort. In addition, he served under Capts. Clayborne Hinson, Moses Pearson and William Standard. Listed as serving in Benton's Regiment in 1782 (Gregg, p. 414).
Sources:
S.C. Archives (SCDAH), Stub Entries to Indents for Revolutionary War Claims, Book C, Claim 610, p. 100
Moss, Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution, p. 989
Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws, p. 414
Marion District Pension Roll, 1835

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