1 edition of South Carolina revolutionary patriot-- Joseph Ramage of Lauren County, South Carolina. found in the catalog.
South Carolina revolutionary patriot-- Joseph Ramage of Lauren County, South Carolina.
|Other titles||South Carolina revolutionary patriot-- Capt. Joseph Ramage|
|LC Classifications||CS71.R174 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||90121833|
During the Revolutionary War, South Carolina boasted more than battles and scrimmages - more than any of the 13 original colonies. It's also where some of the nation's most important battles were fought. Two conflicts that helped secure America's independence - Cowpens and Kings Mountain - are located in what was then the rugged Upstate.
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Joseph Ramage, a captain in the Revolutionary War, was born in Pennsylvania, in the mid s and migrated to South Carolina at a young age. South Carolina. book and his wife, Elizabeth Sheppard, had ten children, after The family lived in the eastern section of Laurens County, South Carolina.
Contains a program of a homecoming held in at the Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church, Clinton, South Carolina, with a brief history of the Church; a program for the dedication of a monument in memory of Joseph Ramage and his family, held at the same time, with genealogical notes; a photocopy of a guest book from the dedication; a copy of a speech given by Betty Irwin at the dedication.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Joseph Ramage (unknown–unknown), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Lanie (contributor ).Burial: Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church.
John Ramage is considered the earliest Ramage to migrate to Laurens County, South Carolina. He is also an American Revolutionary War patriot.
InJohn Ramage received a Royal Grant consisting of acres of land located near Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church. The land had been surveyed in and the grant was signed in Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for John Ramage (–16 Feb ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
citing Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clinton, Laurens County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by (contributor ). History of Laurens County, South Carolina. The Cherokee Indians were the original inhabitants of Laurens County.
John Duncan (a native of Aberdeen, Scotland) was the first white settler to inhabit the area. He arrived in from Pennsylvania and settled along a creek in the northeastern section of the county, between present-day Clinton and. Names of Families in Laurens County Probate Records Laurens County was established in as part of the Ninety Six District.
It was named for Revolutionary War leader Henry Laurens (). Settlers were Scotch-Irish and English immigrants who came in the early eighteenth century. About Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution This work ties up the whole elusive body of documents and printed sources related to the more t rank and file South Carolina soldiers who made up the battle lines in an untold number of skirmishes with the British and the Tories.
South Carolina revolutionary patriot-- Joseph Ramage of Lauren County Carolina furnished some soldiers for this series of wars. The names of these S.C. soldiers are to be found in the records of Virginia and Pennsylvania.
From to there was a great migration into South Carolina from Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina. Reverend Aaron Pinson came into the Laurens County area of South Carolina in with a Joseph Pinson.
Aaron Pinson got his acre land grant on the saluda river. My line is from his son, Isaac Pinson, all of whose descendants I would like to trace. One in particular is Elihu Pinson, Isaac's only son. Revolutionary War South Carolina Muster Rolls Horry County Historical Society Muster Roll of Capt.
Richard B. Roberts’ Company, Continental Corps of Artillery South Carolina Pension applications Pension Applications, Individuals Women of South Carolina in the Revolution (hosted at Prison Ship Forbay, Charles Town Harbour (hosted atSouth Carolina USGenWeb Project) Census of.
Laurens became a separate county in from the Ninety-Six District, being named for the Revolutionary War patriot Henry Laurens of Charleston.
The town of Laurens became the county seat, and the first courthouse was erected in The current courthouse was built in and enlarged in The Following Patriot Militia Regiments were Established in South Carolina in February of Beaufort District Militia: Forks of Saluda District Militia Patriot Militia Changes in either Late / Early Colleton County Militia - Col.
Joseph Glover. South Carolina Revolutionary patriot, Joseph Ramage, of Laurens County, South Carolina (Ramage, Martis Donald, ) Family History Library Clinton Newspapers and Obituaries. Clinton Chronicle. (Clinton, S.C.) Current US Newspaper Directory Clinton Enterprise.
The American Revolution in South Carolina: The Patriots and Their Forces: How The SC Military Organization Changed Over the Course of the War: March 1, The Different Military Units in South Carolina During the Revolutionary War: The Continental Army in SC -SC State Troops-SC Militia-SC Navy-ALL Known South Carolina Ground Troops.
Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution Finding proof of Revolutionary War service is a challenge for SC patriot researchers. As Bobby Gilmer Moss wrote, “through ignorance of the law or because of pride” patriots often did not apply for a pension.
Cards - Lauren's Co. South Carolina, A-H: World War 1 Draft Registration Cards - Lauren's Co. South Carolina, H-Z: Lauren's County South Carolina on Family Search: South Carolina Town Locater: South Carolina Census: South Carolina map, see Pam's Atlas: Census of Pensioners South Carolina is the 2nd state on the reel.
Index is on pg GRU NCC South Carolina in the American Revolution: A Source Guide for Genealogists and Historians. SOU NCC Copy of the original index book showing the Revolutionary claims filed in South Carolina between Aug and AugSouth Carolina.
State Auditor. Four important Revolutionary War battles took place in Laurens County. On Jpatriot forces defeated a combined Indian and Tory attack on Lyndley’s Fort near Rabun Creek. At the Battle of Musgrove’s Mill, a force of rebels attacked British and Tory forces on Augand achieved a decisive victory at the end of a two.
Enrollment book of Confederate veterans, early 's. (Laurens County (South Carolina). Clerk of Court) Family History Library Laurens County enrollment book of Confederate vetrans (South Carolina Genealogical Society. Laurens District Chapter) Family History Library Revolutionary war pension applications, (South Carolina.
A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor # A Service Description: 1) WARNED COL CLARKE OF PLANNED TORY ATTACK AT CEDAR SPRINGS Mary Ramage Dillard –, was young and reputedly quite attractive - and she drew a private's pay in the American Revolutionary War. Mary Ramage Dillard, a daughter of John and Jean (Jane) Adair Ramage of Laurens District, South Carolina, was born during the early 's.
Mary was the wife of James Dillard, who was born in in Culpeper County, Virginia. James had settled in what is now Laurens County when he was seven years old. Revolutionary War Engagements of South Carolina. This list was compiled by Mary Jo Jones of Manning, South Carolina.
It lists the date and location of more than military engagements fought in South Carolina during the Revolutionary War, as recorded in Edward McCardy's History of South Carolina in the Revolution. Suber also served Laurens County in the South Carolina House of Representatives.
From untilhe served as the first county Superintendent of Education. Columbus White,was a leading contractor, architect, and builder. SOUTH CAROLINA.
Classes of Revolutionary Pensioners Chapman, Joseph - Pickens County, contributed by Nancy Poquette Christmas, Richard - Edgefield County, Gates, John - Laurens County, contributed by Nancy Poquette Geiger, Jacob - Lexington County.
• Legal: Pension Application of Captain James Dilard, 11 JulLaurens District, South Carolina, USA. Nine surviving Children named: Samuel Dillard deceased in Charles H. Dillard James H. Dillard ina physician of Laurens District, South Carolina May Garrett Priscilla Garrett deceased in / Jane Burke deceased in.
Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church, also known as Old Rock Church, is a historic Presbyterian Church located near Clinton, Laurens County, South was built in and is a simple rectangular building constructed of irregular stones.
The church was founded by Scotch-Irish settlers and believed to be the oldest church in Laurens County. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Ramage family.
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None found. People. None found. Times. South Carolina, was named for successful Charleston merchant, planter and politician, Henry Laurens, who served as the 4 th President of the Continental Congress of the United.
Joseph and Hannah Guyton died and are buried in Union County, South Carolina. Joseph died in His wife probably died prior to this because she is not mentioned in his will.
The will of Joseph Guyton recorded in Will Book D, Union County, South Carolina, was signed on 26 May and probated 3 August James Williams was the highest-ranking officer to die from wounds suffered at the Battle of King's Mountain, fought October 7,on the border between North and South Carolina.
Although little known, the patriots victory at this battle played a significant role in America's ultimately gaining its independence from s: 3. Mary Ramage was born inLaurens County, South Carolina, USA. Military Service. Little River Regiment, South Carolina Militia, Revolutionary War.
The Little River Regiment notesa and information. Mary Ramage is famous for serving her country during the revolutionary war. "South Carolina Pursuant to a precept from John Troup esquire DS Gen dated 2nd day of June I have admeasured unto George Payne a tract of land containing 50 acres in Craven County [became part of Camden inprobably between Fairfield and Kershaw ] laying on the west side of the Wateree River and both sides the Dutchman's Creek bounded to the west by the same George.
& – Joseph South and John South – The Souths came to Laurens County after the war. InJoseph South purchased acres on the N side of Saluda River for 65 lbs. Virginia money. The Souths do not appear on Moss’ Roster.
David Smith – Pension petition states service under Capts. Henry Dyess served as a soldier in the South Carolina militia. Henry Dyass was issued on 12 August24 pounds, 5s Stlg. for 97 days Militia Duty in and RICHARD GRIFFIN. Born - Died 25 Oct Married to Nancy Ann Clarke, Born 28 Nov - Died 18 Oct Richard Griffin served as a patriot in Laurens County, South.
Names of Soldiers, Muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records.
June 6, – The Regiment was authorized in the South Carolina State Troops as the South Carolina Regiment of Horse Rangers.; Summer – Organized at Ninety-Six Court House to consist of nine companies from western South Carolina.
The records at Greenville, S. C, give deeds and wills of James, James R., John, Richard, Samuel, Thomas W., Mollie, et al. The best known ancestor is Mary (Gaston) McClure, known in the history of South Carolina as "The Heroine of the Cherokee." She was a sister of Dr. Gaston, a Revolutionary patriot and is said to have been born and died.
John Ramage, thought to have been born during the 's, settled in Laurens County, South Carolina during the mid's. The earliest reference of John Ramage being in what is now Laurens County, South Carolina is a petition made by John on 2 December for acres of land.
Captain (John) Jacob Bowman, Sr., (December 2, - J ) was an 18th-century American pioneer, grandson of Jost Hite, Colonial Militia officer of Virginia Colony, veteran of the French and Indian War, City of Strasburg Trustee, large land owner in Virginia and South Carolina, a South Carolina State Representative (Third Whig), District 96 Road Commissioner and Revolutionary War.
Orangeburg Dist., South Carolina Deed Book JL, page Dated Marecorded Ma Christopher Hicks, Orangeburg District, South Carolina, to Thomas Camp of Rutherford County, North Carolina, for 80£ land on Sandy Run, a north branch of White Oak Creek in Rutherford County. This book reads like a published masters thesis or doctoral dissertation and brings to light one of South Carolina's Revolutionary heroes whom few know.
The writer's insight into the conflict with Thomas Sumter is quite interesting.The Laurens County Courthouse is located in Laurens, South More About State of South Carolina Court, Tax, Land and Probate Records. The Clerk's Office DOES NOT DO RESEARCH. Most staff will assist people in finding the materials.
J B O Landrum, Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina (Greenville SC, ) Henry Lee, Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States (Revised edition, New York, ) John H Logan, A History of the Upper Country of South Carolina (Columbia SC, ).