Topic: Dunmore's War

John Stewart’s Company Of Greenbrier Valley

A List Of Captain John Stewart’s Company Of Greenbrier Valley Volunteers in The Botetourt County Regiment. Officers John Stuart Captain, (Manuscript torn) James Donnally Sergeant Charles O’Hara Sergeant Skidmore Harriman Sergeant Privates Daniel Workman Samuel Williams William O’Harra Robert O’Harra James Pauley James Clarke John Pauley Archibald McDowell William Hogan Andrew Gardiner Quavy Lockhart Samuel Sullivan Thomas Ferguson (Wounded at Point Pleasant.) John McCandless Thomas Gillispie Henry Lawrence John Grain William Dyer Edward Smith John Harris Joseph Currence William Clendenin Spencer Cooper Daniel Taylor Joseph Day Jacob Lockhart George Clendennin John Burke Charles Kennison (Wounded at Point Pleasant.) William Ewing John Doherty John McNeal Joseph Campbell —Total...

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Captain Robert McClennahan’s Company Of Greenbrier Valley Volunteers

A List Of Captain Robert McClennahan’s Company Of Greenbrier Valley Volunteers in The Botetourt County Regiment. Officers Robert McClennahan Captain William McCoy Lieutenant Mathew Bracken, : Ensign (Killed at Point Pleasant) Thomas Williams Sergeant William Craig Sergeant Samuel Clarke Sergeant William Jones Drummer Privates John Harmon James Kinkaid George Kinkaid David Cutlip James Morrow, Sr. James Morrow, Jr. James Gilkeson Evan Evans William Stewart Edward Thomas Patrick Constantine William Custer Lewis Holmes William Hutchinson Edward Barrett John Williams Richard Williams James Burrens John Patton Thomas Ellias Charles Howard James Guffy Thomas Cooper William McCaslin John Cunningham Francis Boggs John Vaughn – Total...

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Garrisons at the Glade Hollow Fort

These men are listed as defenders of the frontier in 1774, they did NOT participate in the Battle of Point Pleasant. Garrisons at the Glade Hollow Fort Ensign Hendly Moore Mr. John Dunkin Sergeant James Mc Carty (listed 29th Aug) Archibald Scott (listed 29th Aug) James Price (listed 29th Aug) Drury Pricket (listed 29th Aug) Jeremiah Able (listed 29th Aug) James Scott (listed 19th Sep) Isaac Crisman (listed 19th Sep) William Ferrill (listed 19th Sep) Richard Thompson (listed 19th Sep) Francis Cooper (listed 19th Sep) William Pharis (listed 29th Aug. Discharged 25 Oct) Solomon Litton James Coyl (listed 29th Sep) William Wilmoth (listed 29th Sep) Joseph Horn (listed 29th Sep) Richard By[rd] Abraham Cooper ( Oct 29 – Nov 18) Archibald Woods (Oct 31 – Nov 18) William Bustar (Nov 6 – Nov 18) The last 3 names are found only in the second list. Apparently they enlisted after returning from the Pleasant Point...

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Pauling’s Company Of Volunteers

Pauling’s Company Of Volunteers Of The Botetourt County Regiment. Officers Henry Pauling Captain Edward Goldman Lieutenant (Wounded in Battle of Point Pleasant) Samuel Baker Ensign Obediah H. Trent Sergeant Robert Fittdley Sergeant James Woods, Sergeant Privates Robert Watkins Pnilip Hanes James DeHority William Thompson William Honey Joel Doss William Ray Dangerfield Harmon Stepnen Holston James Wilson Dudley Callaway William Canaday John Clerk John Frazer George Davis Thomas McCrary Richard Rollins Michael Looney John Gibson Charles Ellisson John Agnew James Donahoo David Belew Andrew Rogers Robert Ferrell Andrew Harrison George Zimmerman Thomas Wilson Alexander Caldwell William Gilliss Edward Ross Matthew Ratcliff William Glass John Fitzhugh Thomas Reid Joseph Whittaker Isham Fienquay David Condon Richard LeMaster James King John Hutson William McCalister Jeremiah Jenkins Edward Carther Martin Baker James Lynn – Total...

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Captain James Harrod’s Company Of Kentucky Pioneers

A List Of Captain James Harrod’s Company Of Kentucky Pioneers In The Flncastle County Battalion In the spring of 1774, Captain James Harrod, a Pennsylvanian by birth, collected at the mouth of Grave Creek, now Moundsvllle, Marshall County, West Virginia, a party of thirty-one young men, for the purpose of making a settlement in Kentucky. Descending the Ohio to the mouth of the Kentucky river, they thence Journeyed through the wilderness to the Big Spring, now in Mercer county. Here they were engaged in founding Harrodsburg, the oldest town in Kentucky, when they were discovered by Daniel Boone and Michael Stoner who had been sent by Lord Dunmore to warn John Floyd, Deputy Surveyor of Flncastle county, Virginia, which then included all of Kentucky, together with his assistants, then at the Falls of the Ohio, that an Indian War was begun. Harrod and party abandoned their settlement, and proceeded to the Holston Valley, where he and twenty-seven of his men Joined the Fincastle Battalion, and with Christian, arrived at Point Pleasant the evening after the battle. Officers James Harrod Captain Privates James Blair James Brown Abraham Chapline James Harlan James Harrod Thomas Harrod John Clark Evan Hinton John Crawford Isaac Kite Jared Cowan James Knox John Cowan James McCulloch John Crow Alexander Petrey Azariah Davis Azarlah Reece William Fields Jacob Sandusky Robert Gilbert Jonn Shelp David Glenn James Sodousky...

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Captain Evan Shelby’s Company Of Volunteers

A List Of Captain Evan Shelby’s Company Of Volunteers From The Watauga Valley in The Fincastle County Battalion. Officers Evan Shelby Captain (Assumed chief command on the field of battle after Colonels Lewis, Fleming, and Field had fallen) Isaac Shelby Lieutenant (Took command of his father’s company, who had assumed command on the field) James Robertson Sergeant Valentine Levier Sergeant Privates James Shelby John Sawyer John Findley Henry Shaw (Span) Daniel Mungle (Mongle) Frederick Mungle John Williams John Carmack (Wounded at Point Pleasant) Andrew Terrence (Torrence) George Brooks Isaac Newland Arthur Blackburn Robert Herrill (Handley) George Armstrong William Casey Mark Williams John Stewart (Wounded at Point Pleasant) Conrad Nave Richard Burck John Riley Elijah Robison (Robertson) Reece Price (Wounded at Point Pleasant) Abram Newland Richard Holliway George Ruddle (Riddle) Jarrett Williams Emanuel Shoatt Julias Robison Abram Bogard Charles Fielder Peter Torney (Forney) William Tucker Benjamin Grayum (Graham) Andrew Goff Jonn Fain Hugh O’Gullion Samuel Vance Barnett O’Gullion Samuel Fain Patrick St. Lawrence Samuel Hensley (Handley) Joseph Hughey (James Hughey) Samuel Samples John Bradley Bazaleel Maxwell – Total...

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Captain Thomas Bedford’s Company Of Bedford County Rifle Company

A List Of Captain Thomas Bedford’s Company Of Bedford County Rifle Company Of Volunteers. Officers Thomas Buford Captain (Died of wounds the night after the battle) Thomas Dooley Lieutenant Jonathan Cundiffi Ensign Nicholas Mead Sergeant William Kenedy Sergeant John Fields Sergeant Thomas Fliping Sergeant Privates Abraham Sharp Thomas Hall Absalom McClanahan William Hamrick William Bryant Nathaniel Cooper William McColister John Cook James Scarbara Mr. Waugh John McClanahan John McGlahlen James McBride Jonn Campbell John Carter William Campbell Adam Lynn Robert Boyd Thomas Stephens Thomas Hamrick William Kerr Gerrott Kelley James Ard William Deal John Bezel John Welch William Overstreet Robert Hill Samuel Davis Zachariah Kennot Augustine Hackworth William Cook Uriah Squires James Boyd James Dale Robert Ewing Francis Seed William Hackworth John Roberts Joseph White Joseph Bunch Jacob Dooley Thomas Owen John Read John Wood – Total...

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Dunmore’s War Rosters

The “Dunmore’s War Rosters” is the chief and by far the most reliable source from which to obtain rosters of the companies engaged in the battle of Point Pleasant, and we print there-from all of those which participated in that struggle. In addition to these, this work contains rolls or lists of men engaged in defending the frontier in 1774.

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