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Our Patriot Ancestors

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Listed are names, ranks, and states of service for ancestors of the Tryon Resolves Chapter, NSDAR, members. This list includes Patriots of the American Revolutionary War and ancestors who supported the cause for American independence through civil or patriotic service. 

Please click Patriot's photo for more information. 

Christian Carpenter
Christian Carpenter

North Carolina (1725-post 1799) Patriotic Service Signed the Tryon Resolves Furnished Supplies

Jacob Carpenter
Jacob Carpenter

North Carolina (1734-1807) Patriotic Service Furnished Supplies

Elijah Cattell
Elijah Cattell

New Jersey (1751-1793) Military - Captain First Battalion

John Cave
John Cave

Virginia (1758-1825) Military - Soldier Second Virginia Regiment

Cornelius Clafflin
Cornelius Clafflin

Massachusetts (1733-1818) Military - Lieutenant Fifth Middlesex Regiment, under Colonel Samuel Bullard Also served under Colonel Thomas Pain Fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill

John Culbertson
John Culbertson

North Carolina (1740-1808) Military - Soldier Lincoln County Regiment

Benjamin Culp
Benjamin Culp

South Carolina (1759-1829) Military-Lieutenant Bennett's Regiment Fought at the Battle of Fishing Creek, South Carolina

Samuel Espey
Samuel Espey

North Carolina (1758-1808) Military-Captain Lincoln County Regiment North Carolina Light Horse Regiment Battle of Wofford Ironworks Battle of Hobgood Hill Wounded at Kings Mountain

Christopher Flowers
Christopher Flowers

Pennsylvania (1757-1813) Military-Private 10th Regiment

William B. Gettys
William B. Gettys

Pennsylvania (1756-1790) Military-Private Philadelphia Militia

Aquila Giles
Aquila Giles

Maryland (1756-1822) Military-Lieutenant Colonel Aide-de-camp to General Arthur St. Clair

John Glen
John Glen

North Carolina (1726-1828) Patriotic Service Provided Substitute

Preston Goforth
Preston Goforth

North Carolina (1739-1780) Military-Private Rutherford County Regiment Killed at Battle of Kings Mountain, possibly by a bullet from his own brother.

Benjamin Greer
Benjamin Greer

North Carolina (1748-1815) Military-Captain Wilkes County Regiment Served under Colonel Benjamin Cleveland Civil Service Patriotic Service

Frederick Hambright
Frederick Hambright

North Carolina (1727-1817) Military-Lieutenant Colonel Lincoln County Regiment Battle of Stono Ferry May have been at the Battle of Ramseur's Mill Wounded at Kings Mountain Member of Provincial Congress Justice of the Peace

John Hoyle
John Hoyle

North Carolina (1749-1822) Military Service-Lieutenant Served under Captain John Walker Civil Service-Juror Patriotic Service-Furnished Supplies

Valentine Lohr
Valentine Lohr

Pennsylvania (1747-1826) Military-Private York County Militia Legend has it that he was a waggoner carrying mail early in the Revolution and was wounded in an ambush.

Christian Mauney
Christian Mauney

North Carolina (1741-1815) Patriotic Service Home Used for Tryon County Courthouse Furnished Supplies

Benjamin Newton
Benjamin Newton

North Carolina (1752-1835) Military-Captain Lincoln County Regiment

Arthur Patterson
Arthur Patterson

North Carolina (1747-1803) Military-Private Lincoln County Regiment Taken prisoner by Major Patrick Ferguson, but released after the Battle of Kings Mountain

Jacob Plonk
Jacob Plonk

North Carolina (1747-1845) Military-Private Tryon County Regiment Pulled from active duty in 1780 to make shoes for the army. Wilmington Expedition

John Prewitt
John Prewitt

Virginia (1755-1837) Military-Private Fought at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse

Moses Ratchford
Moses Ratchford

South Carolina (1754-1821) Military-Soldier New Acquisition District Regiment Served in the militia under Captains Andrew Love and Walter Carson

Joshua Roberts
Joshua Roberts

North Carolina (1760-1844) Military-Private Rowan County Regiment

Daniel Sargent
Daniel Sargent

North Carolina (1757-ante 1812) Patriotic Service Prisoner of War Furnished supplies

Joseph Starnes
Joseph Starnes

Virginia (1755-1844) Military-Private William Campbell's Regiment Fought at Kings Mountain Possibly shot one of the bullets that killed Major Patrick Ferguson

Enoch Stone
Enoch Stone

North Carolina (1760-1823) Patriotic Service Paid for Services Rendered

Jacob Stroup
Jacob Stroup

North Carolina (1724-1805) Patriotic Service Rendered Material Aid

Isaiah Warren
Isaiah Warren

North Carolina (1729-1803) Patriotic Service Furnished supplies Civil Service Justice of the Peace

Henry Whitener
Henry Whitener

North Carolina (1717-1792) Patriotic Service Furnished Supplies

Photo Courtesy of Mike Huffstetler

Photo Courtesy of Mike Huffstetler

Photo Courtesy of Mike Huffstetler

Photo Courtesy of Mike Huffstetler

Photo Courtesy of Mike Huffstetler

Photo Courtesy of Debbie Baker

Photo Courtesy of  J. M. Dedman and David R. Weiss

Photo Courtesy of Gwen Kodad

Photo by Armantia 

Photo Courtesy of Melvin Weiss

Photo Courtesy of Rita Wehunt Black

Natalie Maynor from Jackson, Mississippi, USA 

Photo Courtesy of Isobel   

Photo Courtesy of Richard Jordan

Photo Courtesy of Kevin Mull

Photo Courtesy of Robert Jowett

Photo Courtesy of Jack Bowman & Gordon Grant

Photo Courtesy of "Sharon and Jackie"

Photo Courtesy of Richard Jordan

Photo Courtesy of Mike Stroupe

Photo Courtesy of Judith Parker-Proctor

Photo Courtesy of  J. M. Dedman and David R.Weiss

Photo by Jason Harpe

Photo by Mike Huffstetler

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