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Return of North Carolina prisoners of war from the Battles of Camden and Fishing Creek, South Carolina
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Volume 22, Pages 523-524

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RETURN OF THE NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA PRISONERS OF WAR WHO WERE WOUNDED ON THE 16TH AND 18TH OF AUG., 1780, AT CAMDEN.
Gen’l Rutherford.
Major Parker, dead of his wound.
Harris.
Edwards, died of small pox.
Trice, died.
Macon.
Lt.
Smith, died of his wounds.
PRIVATES.
OF COL. DIXON’S REG’T.
Thomas Weeks,
Dan’l Bloodworth,
Thos. Dobbin,
Cador Harrol,
Jas. Ervin,
Woodard Tucker,
Sam’l Bowden,
Wm. Wright,
Thos. Clarke,
Wm. Powell,
Zach Williamson,
Eman’l Bowser,
John Adkinson,
Enos Ewer,
Eli Crocket,
Jos. Ray,
Chas. Whitkers,
Zac. Gallop,
Jordan Harral,
Glen Smith,
Sam’l Arnol,
Dan’l Spiby,
J. Bird,
Janet Boyce,
Jon. Allen,
Francis Brackey.
EXUM’S REG’T.
Jacob Cole,
Swain Davis,
Woxel Perry,
Ebenezer,
J. Wallace,
Jos. Seburn,
Burrel Whittington,
Jno. Mason,
Geo. Harper.
COLLIER’S REG’T.
Thos. Bellsire,
Robt. Burnside,
Barney Lains,
Thos. Bellmot,
Muloch Haston,
Wm. West.
ALEXANDER’S REG’T.
Jno. McLaughlin,
Jno. Blecker Ider,
Richd. Caine,
Rob. Walker,
Jno. Patterson,
Aug. Bowman,
Dan. Burnside,
Jas. Day,
George Croersaft,
Wm. Jones.
ARMSTRONG’S REG’T.
Jno. Davis,
Mill Gids,
Jas. Raston,
Simeon Southern,
Elias Pea.
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RETURN OF NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA WHO WERE TAKEN PRISONERS ON THE 16 AUG, 1780.

1 Brigadier,
1 Col.
1 Lt. Col.
1 Major,
6 Captains,
4 Lieut’s,
1 Aid de Camp,
2 Commissaries,
2 Sergt. Majors,
7 Sergeants,
3 Corporals,
156 Rank and File.
Taken on the 18th of Aug.:
1 Lt. Col.
3 Captains,
3 Lieutenants,
2 Ensigns,
1 Commissary,
1 Sergeant,
98 Rank and File.
294

To this List the commissary had added one Wilson, a Surgeon, who had been with Gen’l Rutherford’s Brigade, and submitted some days after the Battle.