Marlboro County, South Carolina
MARLBOROUGH SOLDIERS - PATRIOTS AND LOYALISTS:
- Lists & Musters; Pension & Service Records; etc.
HISTORY: MARLBOROUGH IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
(articles, stories and recollections; under construction)
RESEARCHING YOUR MARLBOROUGH REV WAR ANCESTOR:
(new page, under construction)
Marlboro's Revolutionary War Patriots
- List of soldiers - DAR Article in Pee Dee Advocate newspaper, 1908
- Pay Bill of Captain Sam. Wise's Company, in the Regiment of Rangers, 1775
- Pension Records
- Graves of Patriots
- The Swamp Fox: Francis Marion
(Includes list of men who served with Marion and e-Text books on Francis Marion)
Revolutionary War Bibliography (Partial) for South Carolina:
- Salley, A. S., Jr., ed. Documents Relating to the History of South Carolina During the Revolutionary War.
Columbia: Historical Commission of South Carolina, 1908.
- DeSaussure, Wilmot G.
Officers Who Served in the South Carolina Regiments
- Boddie, William Willis.
Marion's Men-A List of Twenty-five Hundred.
Charleston: Heisser Printing Co., 1938.
- Revill, Janie.
Copy of the Original Index Book Showing the Revolutionary Claims
Filed in South Carolina Between August 20, 1773-August 31, 1776.
Columbia, 1941. Reprinted by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1969.
- South Carolina Treasury.
Stub Entries to Indents Issued in Payment of Claims Against South Carolina Growing Out of the Revolution.
Edited by A. S. Salley, Jr. I I vols.
Columbia: Historical Commission of South Carolina, 1910-57.
- Pruitt, Jayne Conway Garlington.
Revolutionary War Pension Applicants Who Served From South Carolina.
Fairfax County, Va., 1946.
RECOMMENDED READING FOR MARLBORO COUNTY:
- Bass, Dr. Robert D.
Swamp Fox, the Life and Campaigns of General Francis Marion.
published 1959; 1974 by Sandlapper
- Rankin, Hugh F.
Francis Marion: The Swamp Fox.
The two books listed above are, according to historians, the most historically accurate, and they trace Francis Marion's movements through the Pee Dee area, pinpointing his location every three to four days. These books include information on many residents of the Pee Dee and include a great number of local names, detailing how the soldiers would live off the land as they passed through.
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