Author: Moss, Bobby Gilmer.
Title: Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution.
Pub info: Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co.,1983.
Born: 1765, Chester County, S.C.
Died: 20 August 1815
Married: Agnes Walker
He served in the militia. S.C. Assembly
Born: 16 January 1757
Died: 12 October 1803
Married: Agnes Denton
He served in the Sixth Regiment during April 1776. He was discharged on 1 June 1777. During 1778, he served under Capt. Richard Sadler. In 1779, he was on the Charleston Expedition under Cols. Thomas Neel and Samuel Watson. In 1780, he was under Capts. Alexander Fagan and John Mills. He served as a lieutenant in the light dragoons under Capt. John Mills, Cooper, Col. Henry Hampton and Gen. Sumter during 1781. He lost his horse at Sumters Defeat. In 1782, he was under Capt. Knox. At some time, he was under Col. Lacey.
Died: 8 July 1844
Married: 1. Margaret Strait; 2. Jane Cooper
He entered service under Capt. William James and Col. Lacey during 1780. Next he was under Capt. John McClure and Col. Lacey. He was in the skirmish at Mobleys Meeting House. Thereafter, he joined Sumter at Clems Branch and was in the battle for Rocky Mount. Nest, he was under Capt. John Mills and Gen. Sumter keeping the Tories down. He was in the attacks on Congaree Fort, Motts Fort, Buckhead Fort and Wrights Bluff. In 1781, he enlisted again under Capt. Mills and Col. Henry Hampton but was transferred to Capt. Giles (or Gill) and Col.Wade Hampton. He was in the battle at Eutaw Springs.
Died: 2 December 1833
He enlisted in the First Regiment under Cat William Brown during 1775. In addition, he was in the battle of Middleton under Gen. Williamson. (Moved to Tenn.)
He enlisted in the Sixth Regiment on 23 April 1776. He was discharged on 1 June 1777.
He enlisted in the First Regiment on 4 November 1775 under Capt. Charles Pickney.
He served in the First Regiment under Capt. William Scott during 1775.
Born: 14 April ????
Died: 15 April 1841 or 14 April 1842
While residing in Chester District, he served at various times under Capts. Smith, Walker, Ramsey, Hardwick, Pagan, Cooper and Gill and Cols. Winn, I. Brown, Bratton, Lacey and Wade Ham[ton. He was in the fall of Charleston and the battles of Rocky Mount, Williams Plantation, Fort Carey, Wrights Bluff (where he was wonded in the arm), Fridays Ferry, Belleville, Orangeburg, Biggin Church, Sumters defeat and Hugers Bridge. In the spring of 1781, he was appointed captain under Maj. John Adair and was in the engagement with the Tories at Sandy River. (Moved to Ala.)
He served as a lieutenant under Cols. Robert Goodwyn, Kirkland and Sumter and sixty-one days as a horse driver during 1781.
John Gill, Jr.
Married: 1. (?); 2. (?); 3. Elizabeth Faust
He enlisted on 9 September 1775 in the Rangers under Capt. John L. P. Imhoff. He enlisted in the Third Regiment on 20 January 1777. On 1 April 1778, he became a corporal. During March,1779, he served under Capt. Whitesides as a foor soldier and in July 1780, he was under Capts. Pagan and John Mills as a horseman. In July 1781, he was under Capt. Cooper as a rifleman and was a footman under him in March 1782.
He enlisted in the Fourth Regiment on 18 April 1777.
Wile residing in Chester District, he enlisted during 1781 under Capt. James Ramsey and Col. Adair. In 1782, he was under Capt. John Mills as a ranger spying on the Tories. (Moved to Ky. And Ill.)
Robert Gill, Jr.
Married: Elizabeth Kelsey
During 1779, he served as a sergeant under Capt. Whitesides and from 12 July 1780, he served under Capts. Alexander Pagan, John Mills and Gen. Sumter. On 18 August 1780, he lost a horse in action. He made swords for Sumters brigade and was taken prisoner at Black River while attempting to deliver the weapons.
He served in the Third Regiment from 1 July 1777 to 1 March 1779 as a private and from 1 March 1779 to 1 July 1781 as a corporal. At one time, he was under Capt. Oliver Towles. He was taken prisoner but was exchanged.
Born: 27 August 1755, N.J.
Died: 30 August 1838
He enlisted on 1 December 1778 in Camden District and served under Capt. Philip Walker and Cols. Winn, Krenshaw and Laurens. In May 1780, he served as a lieutenant under Capt. Alexander Pagan and Col. Sumter. About 1 January 1782, he was appointed captain under Col. Lacey. He was in the battles at Tullifiny Hill, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Biggin Church, Congaree Fort and Hugers Quarters. (Moved to Ill.)
Born: 1762, Pa.
Died: 16 December 1839
Married: Rebecca Curry, 27 June 1793
He entered service under Capt. James Gill and Maj. Adair during June 1779 or 1780 and was sent out against Cunningham. Next, he was under Capt. John Mills as a ranger.
Died: 2 December 1776
He enlisted in the Second Regiment on 4 November 1775.
He served under Capts. James, Whitsides, Mills and James Gill and lost a horse, saddle and bridle at Sumters defeat.
Thomas Gill, Jr.
He served twenty-eight days in the militia under Capt. James Gill during 1782.
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