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Daniel Bailey- fought at Battle of kings Mountain under Col. Cleveland & battle of Cowpens under Gen. Morgan. Served 6 mos. under Capt. Lewis under Capt. Benjamin Cleveland. & mustered into service at Salisbury, NC. Marched to Anson, NC & from there to Moncks Corner in SC. under Col. Hearn. Then to Charlestown, Camden & Orangeburgwhere he was wounded in the hand taking a party of Tories. He returned to Camden & was commisioned Capt. of the Fatigue Guard by Col. Hearn. & marched to Hanging Rock in the summer of 1870. He the marched to Cowpens & was wounded by a musket ball in the right leg. He carried scars from these wounds all his life. He was also in the Battle of Kings Mtn. & was taken Prisoner by a detachment of Cornwallis' Army & taken to VA. They were fired upon by Col. Bucknell's men & he escaped & eturned to Gen Morgan's Camp & ws discharged by Col. Brandon. All of his papers were destroyed in a house fire & because of legal battles he did not collect a pension untill after his death in 1855. He served 2 years as Capt. of the Fatigue Guard 7 1 yr. as a Pvt.