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Roster of the Third North Carolina Battalion of the Continental Army
No Author
1778
Volume 13, Pages 343-344

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MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS, & c.
U. S. Pension Office.
North Carolina Miscellaneous Rolls.

Not Paged. No Date.

“Names of commissioned and non-commissioned officers belonging to the 3d N. C. Battalion, copied from the orderly book of Serg't Isaac Rowel of North Carolina.”

James Hogun, Col.
Fracs. Graves, Q. M.
Wm. L. Davidson, Lt. Col.
John Baker, S. M.
Thomas Hogg, Major.
Jonathan Lumos, Surg'n.
Anthy. Hart, Adjt.
John Horton.
John Godwin.
Humphy McEnberg.
Wm. Johnson.
Wm. Shadford.
Benjh. Kitchen.
Charles Rhodes.
Moses Bishop.
Andw. Rowen.
J. Beasly.
Richd. Holes.
Joseph Parker.
S. Bolten.
S. Miller.
S. Brown
.

Captains:

Blount.
Ballard.
Baker.
Bradley.
Childs.
Hart.
Montford.
Quinn.
Farterson.
Thos. Roberds, S. M.
John Fleming, Q. M. S.
Henry Miller, D. M.
Thos. Endlys, F. M.

Lieutenants:

Yarbrough.
Allen.
Mackney.
Conniel.
Clendennin.
Campbell.
Fawn.
Ford.
Graves.
Tatum.
Verrier.
Wallace.
Powers.
Wilkinson
.

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Orderly Sergeants:

John Steptoe.
Henry Cooper.
John Reddie.
Elijah Hinson.
Jesse Hardison.
John Hall.
Saml. Reed.
Briant Lee.
Isaac Rowel
.

No signature.

Endorsed—

Col. Hogan's (sic) N. C. Line.

Note.—It will be observed that in this roll Jas. Hogun appears as Col. of the “3d N. C. Battalion”. It's date must therefore be subsequent to June, 1778, up to which time Jethro Sumner was Col. of the 3d (See Returns). Hogun was originally Col. of the 7th. Sumner had probably been transferred to N. C. to organize the Continentals which he afterwards commanded at Stono, June, 1779—and Hogun was then transferred to the 3d, his own reg't (7th) having been consolidated with others in June, 1778. Both were promoted brigadiers. Jan. 9, 1779.

GRAHAM DAVES.