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List of the North Carolina officers in the Continental Army made prisoners at the Battle of Charleston, South Carolina
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Volume 14, Pages 817-818

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COPY OF A RETURN OF PRISONERS MADE BY THE BRITISH.
[From Moultrie's Memoirs, Vol. 2, Page 114.]

Return of the Rebel Forces, Commanded by Major General Lincoln, at the Surrender of Charlestown, the twelfth of May, 1780, now Prisoners of War.

List of the Contenental Officers (from N. Ca.) included in the capitulation of Charles Town, May 12th, 1780.

GENERAL OFFICERS.
Hogun.
COLONELS:
Clark, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
Patten, 2nd N. Ca. Btn.
LT. COLONELS:
Mebane, 3rd, N. Ca. Btn.
Harvey, 3rd N. Ca. Btn.
MAJORS:
Hogg, 3rd N. Ca. Btn.
Nelson, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
CAPTAINS:
McKee, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
Tatum, “ “ “ “
King, “ “ “ “
Nash, 2nd N. Ca. Btn.
Fenner, “ “ “ “
Craddock, “ “ “ “
Ballard, 3rd N. Ca. Btn.
Montfort, “ “ “ “
Dixon, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
Summers, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
Callender, Capt. Lieut.
Coleman, 2nd N. Ca. Btn.
Hughes, “
Stewart, Capt. Lieut.
Bradley, 3rd N. Ca. Btn.
LIEUTENANTS:
Walton, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
Cooks, “ “ “ “
Shaw, “ “ “ “
Hayes, “ “ “ “
Evans, 2nd “ “ “
Read, “ “ “ “
Baker, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
Marshall, “ “ “
Pasteur, “ “ “
Hargrove, “ “ “
Davis, 2nd “ “ “
Budd, “ “ “
LIEUTENANTS:
Campen, (wounded) 2nd. N. Ca. Btn.
Gerrard, “ “ “ “
Hart, “ “ “ “
Clendening, “ “ “ “
Cotgrave, (wounded) 2nd. N. Ca. Btn.
Fawn, wn'd 3rd N. Ca. btn.
Allen, 3rd “ “ “
Tatum, “ “ “ “
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ENSIGNS & 2ND LIEUTENANTS:
Ashe, 1st. N. Ca. Reg.
Fenner, 2d “ “ “
Turner, “ “ “
Ford, “ “ “
Gibson, 1st. N. Ca. Reg.
Slade, 2nd “ “
Crutches, 2nd “ “
REG. SURGEONS:
Guion, 1st N. Ca. Btn.
McClure, 2nd N. Ca. Btn.
Loomiss, 3d “ “
BRIGADE CONDUCTOR OF MIL. STORES:
Campbell, 3rd N. Ca. Btn.