North Carolina Revolutionary War

Surname Registry, Queries and Index, Old Queries

Can anyone help with these queries? Or surnames?

Wish for list showing men who served from Edgecombe (Pitt) and Sampson county, NC.  
Will there ultimately be a database that lists all who served in the Revolutionary War?

Am currently specifically trying to find 4 brothers last name Autry who are purported to 
have served.  I think that  William Page Autry, born ca 1745 may have died in the 
Revolutionary War or as a result of wounds from war.  He was dead by 1790, possibly 
by 1784.

Email direct at: 
Pat Autry
Posted  08 Jan 1999 

I would like to see Land Grant data esp. Rev War Vets, Rockingham Co, NC 

Email direct at:
Posted  Dec. 1998

Loyal North Carolina Regiment [1780-1783]

Posted 1998

Does any such material exist of independent information about the Ashboro, 
Randolph County, North Carolina, counties service in the war and any records that 
are not just family stories handed down?   

Does anyone have the lists of prisoners aboard these vessels?
Names of three ships used by the British as prison vessels during the Revolution.  
They are: Sandwich, Fidelity and Vindictive.  The source is the diary of Josiah Smith's 
diary 1780-1781 (SC Historical Magazine Volume 33). 

Posted 1998

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