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TEE AEMY SOLLS
Of the South Carolina Patriots Who
Fought the British Under
PICONS AND SUMTER.
' \ Document that Should Be of Great
Interest to the Descendants of
the Gallant Men Led by
The Columbia State from week to
w?ek publishes the names of the sol
diers in the Revolutionary war, as
they have been culled from the quan
tity of loose documents discovered by
Secretary of State Gantt in the State
? house. We publish these rolls from
week to week as they appear in The
State. The second installment fol
Note?The names beginning with
"B" will be held for publication.
Capt. Henry Caffey (or Coffey); lieu
tenant at Jancksonborough in '79; un
der Maj. Robert Crawford at Hanging
Bock; commissary under Col. Da vie;
captain under Sumter.
James Cain, sergeant; dead at close
Michael Cain, Capt. Wm. Baskin's
James Cain, Capt. John Cowan's
John Cains, dead at the close of
John Caine, given five years pay in
lieu of half pay for Ute by State; un
der Capt. Wm. McCullougb, Col.
John Calcot, (of Georgetown) Ma
Bobert Calder, under Capts. John
Cowan and Jas. Boucbillon.
David Caldwell, Capt. Norwood;
James Caldwell, sergeant, Col.
Capt. James Caldwell, Plekens' brig
ade; from April 12, 1781, to Dec. 6,
1782, in Capt. John Norwood's com
pany; also service as lieutenant.
James Caldwell, (dead at close of
. Revolution) "South Carolina Inde
John Caldwell, third, South Car
olina Continental regiment.
Dr. John Caldwell, physician at
Joseph Caldwell, Waters' regiment.
Joseph Caldwell, Col. Thomson's
William Caldwell, Col. Waters' regi
John Calhcun, dead at close of Rev
olution; Rekens'; Capts. Caldwell and
John Calboun's company.
Capt. John Calhoun, Col. Robert
Anderson's regiment, Plekens' brig
Thomas Calboun, Brandon's regi
James Calhoun, Marion.
Capt* Joseph Calhoun: served 1779
as lieutenant; 1780 to 1783 as captain.
John Calhoun, Capt. John Carithere'
;>ohn Ewing Calhoun, aide-de-camp
to Gen. Pickens from May 1, 1781, to
April 1, 1982.
Patrick Calhoun, Jr., and William
John Caloghan, saddler for State
John Calihan, Capt. Carithers, Pick
James Calvert, Capt. Joseph Cal
John Calvert, clerk to commission
ers of the navy board.
Col. Cambray, "Lieutenant colonel
on Continental and full colonel on
Andrew and James Cameron.
John Cameron, Capt. Martin's com
pany, Sumter's brigade; lieutenant
under Cel. Winn.
Joseph Cameron, lieutentant, Col.
Andrew Campbell; in Georgia un
der Col. Neel; under Sumter and
Angus and Anoren Campbell.
Carter Campbell; in 1775) took 000
pounds powder "from on board Capt.
Maitland in Georgia."
David and Duncan Campbell.
George Campbell, sergeant, Capt.
Ro?_, Col. Mydelton, Sumter.
Henry Campbell, Capt. John
James Campbell, Capt. John Irwin;
"house burned by Tories;" also under
Capt. John Wilson.
James Campbell, ('apt. John Cowan.
Joh.u Campbell, Col. Branden.
Patrick Campbell, Pickens.
Robert Miss Campbell; first lieuten
ant, Second Regiment Light Dra
goons, Capt. Moore's company, Mydel
ton's regiment, Sumter's brigade; also
Rouert Campbeii, kiiie?.
jiliuujao t^auipbeil, under Cul.
Thomas Neel in Georgia.
Wil?am Campbeil: was at*the bat
tle Of King's Mountain: also in ('apt.
Howe's eompany of Sumter's brigade.
George Cannon, Col. McDonald's
regiment, Marion's brigade.
David Cannon. Col. Waters' regi
ment. Capt. McGaw'scompany.
Edward. Henry William, Robert.
James. John, Isaac and Adam Can
Willam Cannon. "lifer" South Caro
lina Continental line: trumpeter. Col.
Charles Cantey. Col. Wm. Richard
James Cantey, (brigadier?) (Jen.
Josiah < !antey, lieutenant
Philip Cantc v.
Samuel v actcy, Co!. Richardson,
/. ? i'.M'iah Cantey. assistant to
State Commissary Thos. Wade: also
under Cap;. Chestnut.
Andrew Capelle, Coni mental line.
William Capers, lieutenant and cap
tain; ueou ab cn.?&e oi lwvoiuliuu.
John Cappard, Continental line.
Larkin Carden, under Gens. Sumter
M. O. D?NTZLER
February Embroidery Sale.
At Half Value.
Every lady in Orangeb?rg County knows what my
Embroidery Sale means. Just saves you 50 per cent on
Great Line at 10 cents and 15 cents a yard.
Sale Commences Promptly at 9 O'clock Monday Morning, Feb. 29th.
??[ Xveacler and. Controller of Low Xr*rico?
Francis Carlisle, private in Capt.
Noble's company: lieutenant in Capt.
B. Carithers' company, Pickens.
William Cariess, sergeant major.
Frederick Cam, Marion.
John Came, apothecary at hospital.
Lewis Cams, Col. Maham's regi
Robert Carnes, from June 25, 1TS0
under Capt. Hugh white and Lieut.
I Drennen: lost gun at Sumter's defeat
I lost horse in ''action at Broad River;
'in 1781 under Lieut. Robinson guar
jdin; a jail "in Col. Kimbail's regi
J Abraham and Edmond Carr.
! Josepo carr, capL. Uoouwin's com
| pany, Taylor's regiment.
j John, Jr., and Robert Carr.
William Carr. under Capts. Jacob
: Harriet and .Thomson, and Lieut.
Wm. Carraway, corporal, Capt.
Moore's independent company.
Adam Carrick, Capt. Ross, Sumter.
Mathew Carithers. Capt. R. Ander
son's company, Bickens.
Hobt. Carithers, captain, Bickens'
; brigade, service from 177:? to ITS- as
j private in the companies of Capts.
Anthony Herd, John Calhoun and
' Wm. Freeman, probablv succeeding
' the latter in tbe command.
Wm. Carithers, under Capts. An
derson and Carithers.
Alexander Carruth, sergeant, Capt.
1 Mart in's company, Sumter's brigade.
Adam and David Cars in.
< Win. Carson (probably killed):
j widow, Elizabeth.
! Daniel Carroi, Col. Brandon.
! Edmund Carroll, driving cattle for
Continental army: also in militia.
! John Carrol, probably killed at Sum-1
i ters's defeat.
Joseph Carrol. Col. Henry flump
I ton, Sumter.
Samuel. Thomas and Wm. Carrel.
Adam Carson, Capts. John McGaw
;' and Jos. Carson.
David Carson, Capt. Jos. Carson,
James Carson, lieutenant, Pickens:
commanding company on duty Aug.
John Carson, Capt. Jos. Carson's
John Carson, Jr.
Capt. Joseph Carson, Pickens' brig
ade; private from Aug. 17, 1781, to
Nov. 15, 1781; then promoted to cap-1
Samuel Carson, under Capts. Joseph
Carlisle and Carithers, Pickens' brig
ade: also under Capt. Francis Carlisle.
Thus. Carson, Capt. Jos. Carson.
Wm. Carson, Capts. John and Wm.
Wall er Carson.
Joseph Carswcil, Capt. John Mc
Geo. Carswcil, sergeant: Capts. Jos. J
Calhoun and Wm. McGaw.
Dudley Curler, lieutenant.
?lames Carter lieutenant; dead at
close oi Revolution.
?lohn Carter, Marion: captain of the;
"American Scout Company:"' Nov. 22, j
\S2: had 70 men Nov. 2!. 'S2.
.lohn Carter. Capt.. Ross, Sumtcr. I
Matthew Carter. ?
Hobt. Carter, Capt. McCowan.
Robt. Carter, captain: dead at eiosc
Robert William Carter.
William Carter Coutinential line:
.lo.M'ph Car; ledge.
Kdmund Cartlidgc, surgeon, Col.
Samuel Hammond's regiment.
,lo<eph Caryl, quartermaster, Col. ?
H. Hampton's regiment.
Wm. i iassel Ice I.-1.
Aron Casey, Roebuck's regiment.
A oner Casey, Pickens.
Christer, Casey, Roebuck's regi
Levi Casey, captain and lieutenant1
William Casey, Capt. Mapp's com
John Caskin, "artificer" to Colleton
John Caskey, Capt. Adams' com
Cannon, Willis and William Cason.
i>euj. Jwiui aud iieury, Casuis.
Peter Cassity, Capt. Chestnut.
William Castieberry, sergeant, Hoe
John Caston, Littleton's Bastion.
Aaron Gates. W?.tor'r?g!^ r*
John Catterton, private and cap-'
John Carter, captiain the "Ewhaw
Henry Cato, lieutenant. |
James Cato. !
William Cato. probably Marion.
John Catterton, captain.
Aimer, ('atlei. George, John, Na
than, Richard, Sherard and Zachias!
Ilenj. Cavil. Roebuck's regiment.
Hurrell Cookc, Capt. Iloss' com
pany, Sumter's brigade.
i\.melius Cook, (lapt. Walker's com
pany; probably killed at Sumter's
I >aniel Cooke.
1 h*ury C?H?!?e.
John Cooke, Hie kens' brigade.
Julio (took, sergeaul. '.'ant. Ilumph's!
company, under Lieut. Col. W.
H. Thomson and Gen. Henderson:
also (!ol. Marshall's rcgira :nt.
Capt. John Cook, Col. Taylor's rcgi- j
mem, iiuuuciAuu a lm iguui. i
Nathaniel Conk. Capt. N. Martin's
company, Sumter's brigade.
Reuben Cook, Cols. Ely Kershaw
and John Marshall.
Robert Cook, before fall of Charles-1
ton in commands of Lieut. Col. Ely
Kersbaw and .lohn Marshall, contin
uing in the command of the latter
during tne year 1781.
Capt. Roherl Cook, Mariou's brig
Reuben Cook, .Ir.
Thomas Cook, Cols. Brandon's and
iloebuck's reui men is.
Warmock P. Cooke, Capt. Hughes'
company, Brandon's regiment.
Wilson <' iok.
William Cook, sergeant, Col. Bran
ii uiiaiij v lOksi'V.
?-???? ? ? ,z-\: Jchn-1
Conrad Conn. Col. Taylor's regi-l
Henry Coon, .Jr., Capt. Jacob Pol-1
mer's company, under L'nui Col. I
iIolU'i Liiidnaj .:!: ! I Ol Walci'S.
I lenry (!oou
,ti/nt! ('you, dpt. John A. Summers
Com rvi nr
Lewis Coon. C iL Tai lot 's regiment.
E/.ekiel I' toper. Continental service. '
K I ward ?looper.
<' ip?. ('.toper (Jacob): also served as
private in Capt. Ceo. Neely's company,
under Ad.iir and Neu. Sumtcr.
George Cooper, lieutenant: in
charge of detail of six men. with four
BriiKh prisoners, taken by C >l. Irwin
(at San tee) Aug. Mi. 1781.
James Conpi-r, special i|iiartcr
ma>tcr, ,1 bj Gov. Rutlcdge
lo have ge stores, etc., at
Edisto: served also as private horse
il.ail 11 I IM HI IWl .M I I HC.
nuuJta v nijji-i. ' afli. ;VUiilll A COUl
pany, !.y'- rej/lmeut.
James cooper; uead at close of Rev
.lohn Cooper, Roebuck's regiment:
lost horse at Sumter's defeat: Was un
der Capts. Pagan, John Mills and
John Cooper, Capt. McBee's com
pany, Roebuck's regimen;;: also Capi.
Adams' company, Lacey's regiment;
also prior to fall of Charleston under
Capt. John James and Lieut. Samuel
James: unjer Lieut. Wm. Dick and
Capt. John Cooper, 177s>.
Richard (' toper, commissary to Mar
('apt. Hobt. Cooper, under Col. La
Samuci Coupei. iieutciiuiib, Mauaui's
Sylvester < 'a >p< r. quartermaster.
William Cooper. Capts. Mapp and
MoP.ee's compauy, Roebuck's regi
William Cooper, lieutenant.
William <!oopcr, .1 r.
\> imam Cooper, i apt. Arnim s con- j
pany, Lacey's regiment.
William Cooper, Sr.
John Copeland, Rickens' regiment.
John <' ipeland, Ural Ion's regiment.
Patrick Coppley: dead at close of j
Revolution: widow. Klizabeth.
Thomas Curam, engraver for mak
Hrinklcy <' >rbett.
i ?aniei ? ?r'uei i.
Jarnos Corbel t.
Arthur Corhin, wagon conductor
for Greene's army.
R ?bt. Corkshaddon, Capt. John
I'unniiigliaii > C"ii!|iaey oj Cii. Dill's
regiment: also under Lieut. Thos.
Henderson. Capt. Garrison and Col.
James Cosby, Capt. Anderson.
?iiiiiiu ? ? ..??Li.uw, < OlJbiuCbal linC.
Itobt. Cosby, wounded,
('apt. Henry Cottey; was at Hang
ing Rock, under Maj. R. Crawford.
Daniel Cottingham, lieutenant.
IT WAS VETOED.
The Jurisdiction Act Returned "With
out Got. Heyward's Approval.
Gov. Heyward has vetoed the aet
relating to "exclusive jurisdiction"'
of the federal government over eer
tain property it has acquired and
might hereafter acquire in this State.
The bill was hard fought in bolk
houses, on the ground that it wouli
be delegating to the United States
too much authority over property i&
this State at the sacrifice of the right*
of the State. It was argued 1n reply
that, unless this exclusive jurisdiction
could bs acquired the secretary of ibe
treasury would decline to continue
work on the federal buildings at Spar
tanburg, Bock Hill, Georgetown an*
After several consultations with the
senators from the respective counties,
Gov. Hey ward put his veto on the
measure and Friday sent a message to
the senate, in which body the bill
originated. The message says:
"I herewith return without my ap
proval an act entitled 'an act ceding
to the United States exclusive juris
diction over certain lands acquired tor'
public purposes within the State, and
authorizing the acquisition thereof.'
My reasons for not approving it are as
"Section 8, clause 17, art. 1 of tb*
constitution of the United States con
templates that the consent of the leg
islature be freely given to the acqui
sition by purchase of a particular
place or particular places within the
State for one of the purposes enume
rated in the constitution.
"The act goes beyond the intention
of the constitution in consenting to
the acquisition not only by purchase,
but also by condemnation or other
wise^?not of a particular place or par
ticular places?but of anyplace, with
in the State without limitation or
reference to its situation, locality and
present use, or to the size or quality
of the lands to be acquired, or to the
purpose for which it may be acquired
by the United States government,
"In order to protect the State aad
its citizens, the legislature, in every
cession of land and renunciation of its
sovereignty over the same, should first
consider the situation, location and
present use of the particular place to
be ceded, the amount of land em
braced in the cession, and the purpose*
for which it is to be ceded in order to
determine whether such cession is to
the public interest."
Met An Awful Death.
Two unknown travelers who wer?
journeying along the trail betwee*
Meetetse and Gold Reef, Wyo witk
i everal pack horses, have met an aw
ful death. The trial is a treacherous
short cut to Gold Reef and is danger
ous even in summer, winding along
the edge of a ravin nearly 3,000 feet
deep. The men are known to have left
Meetetse Sunday and have not been
heard from since. Unmistable evi
dences that the horses had lost their
footing on the icy path and had fallen
on the rocks below were found by a
traveler this week.
Death of a Rector.
Rev. Churchill Satterlee, rector ef
Trinity Episcopal church of Columbia,
died suddenly Tuesday night of heart
disease at Summerville, near Augusta,
Ga., where he had gone for his health.
He was 35 years old and very highly
esteemed?son of Bishop Satterlee of
Washineton, D. C.
Robert Coughran, Pickens' Brigade:
dead at close of Revolution.
William Coughran, Pickens' brig
(to be continued.)
itching, Burning Palms,
Painful Finger Ends,
Inflamed, itching, Burning,
Snre, Tender and
ONE NIGHT TREATMENT, j
Soak the hands on retiring in a strong,
hot, creamy lather of Ciiticura Soap.
Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura
Ointment, the great skin cure and parcst
of emollients. Wear, during the night,
old, loose kill gloves, or bandage lightly
in old, soft rot tun or linen. For red,
rough and chapped hands, dry, Assured,
itching, feverish palms, with brittle,
Pliupclcss nails and painful linger ends,
?!:*::? troatsivnt is simply wonderful, fre
quently curing in a single application.
Complete local and constitutional
treatment for every humour of the
skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
may now be bad for one dollar. Bathe
with hot water and Cuticura Soap, to
cleanse the surface of crust? and scales,
.1...; .-.ufic-n'tbe thickened cuticle. Dry,
without, hard rubbing, and apply Coll
en ni Ointment freely, to allay itching,
irritation and inllntniuation, and soothe
and heal, and ntsliy, take the Cuticura
Resolvent I'UN to cool and cleanse the
blood. This treatment affords instant
relief, permits real and sleep in the
severest forms of Eczema and other
itching. In ruing and scaly humours,
and points lo aepeedy, permanent and
economical cure of torturing, dlsllgur
ins humours, from pimples to scrofula,
fr?>m infancy to age, when all other
rei ? lies ami the best physicians fail.
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f - , ft ( itnl PUli, prrvtul ol '<"). Olnl
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;? ?. |ir ig ! . . Corp.. Sot? IVorrii-tori.
Cjr*Sr:i(t for " iiow to Cure Every Humour."
[&edo? (Syspepsaa Cus*&
Digests what you eat.