Samuel Moseley

This information is contributed by Dale Moseley

Samuel Moseley 
B.Sept. 23, 1759
D.Dec. 25, 1833

Patriot entering in at Lewisburg - May, 1780.  Severely wounded at the Battle of Camden.  
He carried a ball in his thigh until his death 53 years later.  After injury he returned  and 
served under Capt. Bledsoe where he marched in scounting parties throughout Wake, 
Edgecomb, Nash and Franklin counties.  He was discharged for a brief time but returned 
to serve a Horse Company of the Regular Continental State Troops of North Carolina for 
twelve months under Capt. Samuel Jones helping to subdue the Tories in the lowere and 
southern parts of North Carolina.   He served as a volunteer until peace was proclaimed.

On April 21, 2007  at 11:00 am there will be an American Revoluntary War memorial 
marker dedication at the Moseley Family Cemetery (Wolfpit Road), Eastanollee, Georgia.
The Joseph Habersham NSSAR will be the host for this dedication with the Toccoa 
Chapter of NSDAR co-hosting.  Everyone invited.

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