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Capt. John Farrar MP (1758 - c.1830)

6. JOHN WILLIAM10 FARRAR (WILLIAM9, GEORGE8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, JOHN4, WILLIAM3, HENRIE2, HENRY1)1 was born 01 Aug 1758 in Mecklenburg, Chesterfield County, Virginia1, and died 1830 in Cryus...

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John Blair (1749 - 1819)

DAR Ancestor #: A010858 John Blair was a private at the Battle of King's Mountain in the Revolutionary War. from:

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Hugh Blair (c.1744 - d.)

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William Beeson (1743 - d.)

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Benjamin Beason, Jr (1741 - c.1792)

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Isaac Beeson, Sr. MP (1739 - 1811)

Married in New Garden Meeting, North Carolina ------------------- BEESON, ISAAC Ancestor #: A008561 Service: NORTH CAROLINA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 12-26-1739 FREDERICK CO VIRGINIA D...

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John Phillip Clapp (1731 - 1798)

Tobias, John, and their cousins George and Ludwig (Jr.) have been listed as Regulators and participants in the Battle of Alamance.

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George Tobias Clapp (1735 - 1800)

Tobias, John, and their cousins George and Ludwig (Jr.) have been listed as Regulators and participants in the Battle of Alamance.

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William Armfield, Jr. (c.1746 - 1832)

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William Armfield (1720 - 1812)

Revolutionary Service. Was in guilford Co, NC by 1770 He was original settler of Guilford Co with his father, brother and others. Had 7 sons and 3 daughters 1790 census showed 3 males 16+, 2 males 16-....

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Isaac Armfield (1726 - 1780)

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James Hunter MP (1735 - 1782)

DAR # A 060489 for NC.

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James Emerson (1735 - 1786)

James Emerson (1736-1786) James Emerson (also spelled “Emmerson” in some documents) was born around 1736. He fought against the British crown during the North Carolina Regulation and the ...

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William Floren Butler (c.1740 - 1790)

: William Butler, brother to Aaron, married Phoebe Childers/Childress and they moved to North Carolina, where he became a "Regulator". Many family letters are in from this branch. He fought in the Re...

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Rednap Howell (b. - 1787)

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James Pugh MP (c.1747 - c.1810)

James Pugh ~ was a leader in the Regulator movement. He was hanged on 19 June 1771 for his involvement. He was the brother of Herman Husband's first wife.[ ] James Pugh is buried next to his wife Jan...

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Robert Johann Messer (b. - 1771)

A concrete slab placed inside an iron railing gives the illusion of a grave here but no one is buried at this spot. The bronze plaque, which replaces earlier black plaque, marks only the site of the ha...

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John Gillespie (1741 - 1806)

John Gillespie ~ was a "well-known Regulator leader and strategist" [Breaking Loose Together: The Regulator Rebellion in Pre-Revolutionary North Carolina, by Marjoleine Kars; published by UNC Press, 20...

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Daniel Gillespie, Col. (1743 - 1829)

Daniel Gillespie ~ was a "well-known Regulator leader and strategist" [Breaking Loose Together: The Regulator Rebellion in Pre-Revolutionary North Carolina, by Marjoleine Kars; published by UNC Press, ...

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Maj. Gen. John Ashe (c.1720 - 1781)

John Ashe (c. 1720 – October 24, 1781) was a general officer in the North Carolina militia during the American Revolutionary War. Born to a prominent family in Grovely, Brunswick County, North...

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Brig. Gen. James Moore (Cont. Army) (c.1737 - 1777)

DAR#A079475 ) James Moore (c. 1729 or 1737 – April 15, 1777) was a member of a prominent political family of the Carolinas. He served as Patriot military commander in North Carolina during t...

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Gen. John Alexander Lillington (c.1725 - 1786)

Revolutionary War Patriot. He was elected to the New Hanover County Safety Committee in 1775 and as one of the county's delegates to the Third Provincial Congress, which met at Hillsborough in August 1...

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Richard Caswell, III, Prov. Gov. (1729 - 1789)

Richard Caswell Birth: 1729 Death: 1789 North Carolina Governor. Served as the Governor of North Carolina from 1776 to 1780, and 1785 to 1787. Also served as a Delegate to the Continental Congr...

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Brig. General Francis Nash (1742 - 1777)

Francis Nash (1742 – October 7, 1777) was a brigadier general killed in the American Revolutionary War. Nash was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia. At an early age he became prominent...

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Joseph Boring (1730 - 1775)

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Joshua Teague (c.1732 - 1804)

Joshua was a colonist in North Carolina who rose up against the corrupt British Officials and became a "Regulator" along with many other Carolinian colonists in the "War of the Regulation", which laste...

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General Griffith Rutherford (1721 - 1805)

Griffith Rutherford (c. 1721 – August 10, 1805) was an officer in the American Revolutionary War, a political leader in North Carolina, and an important figure in the early history of the Sout...

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William Thomas Hooper, Signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1742 - 1790)

Representing North Carolina at the Continental Congress Born: June 28, 1742 in Boston, Massachusetts Education: Harvard College (Lawyer.) Work: Elected to General Assembly of North Carolina, 1773...

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Richard Henderson MP (1735 - 1785)

) DAR # A 054801 for NC Richard Henderson (1734–1785) was an American pioneer and merchant who attempted to create a colony called Transylvania just as the American Revolutionary War was start...

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Edmund Fanning (1739 - 1818)

) Edmund Fanning (April 24, 1739 – February 28, 1818) was a British North American colonial administrator and military leader. Born in New York, he became a lawyer and politician in North Caro...

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Herman Husband, Sr. MP (1724 - 1795)

Herman Husband; Also known as Harmon Husband Born in Maryland in 1724, Herman Husband was a successful farmer and an influential leader during the Regulator Rebellion in pre-Revolutionary North Carol...

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William Tryon (1729 - 1788)

William Tryon was a British soldier and colonial administrator who served as governor of the Province of North Carolina (1765–1771) and the Province of New York (1771–1780). William...

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General Hugh Waddell (c.1734 - 1773)

) Hugh Waddell (c. 1734 – April 9, 1773) was a prominent military figure in the Province of North Carolina during its control by the Kingdom of Great Britain. Waddell formed and led a provinci...

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Capt. Benjamin Merrill MP (1731 - 1771)

Captain Benjamin Merrill b abt 1730 Hopewell, Mercer, NJ, d 19 Jun 1771 Hillsborough, Orange, NC From This is the famous Benjamin Merrill so brutally executed for his participation in the Regulator...

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