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About Samuel Hampton

Fought for American independence. Several bonds of the State of North Carolina, issued in 1780 and given to him for service in the Continental Army, were never redeemed, but were in the possession of one of his grandsons, Dr. John P. Hampton (Lafayette's cousin) of Huntsville, Alabama, who died in 1907 (Confederate veteran, Jan., 1908, Vol. 1.16). Cecil Hampton of Terrace Court Apartments, Birmingham, AL, granddaughter of Dr. John P. Hampton, had one of these dated 5/10/1780, No. 60, signed by H. Nipon. Samuel Hampton fought at King's Mountain and Brien Creek and went out of the army as a captain. A document received by Cecil Hampton from Mrs. Virginia (Vernon E.) McArther (a descendent of Bethunia Bostick Hampton) is a petition for her dower, after Samuel's death, and refers to 1,080 acres of land which belonged to Samuel, some coming to him from his father, James.


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Samuel Hampton's Timeline

1750
1750
North Carolina
1786
September 13, 1786
Surry, North Carolina, United States
September 15, 1786
Stokes, North Carolina, USA
1790
October 14, 1790
NC, United States
October 14, 1790
Stokes, North Carolina, USA
1790
North Carolina, USA
1793
January 12, 1793
Stokes, North Carolina, United States
January 12, 1793
Stokes, North Carolina, United States
1795
May 14, 1795
Stokes, North Carolina, United States