William C. Chambers
|Birthplace:||Culpeper County, Province of Virginia|
|Death:||Died in Scott County, Tennessee, United States|
Son of David R. Chambers, Sr. and Mary Ann Chambers
|Managed by:||Cynthia "Cindy" Wilson Sheppard ...|
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About William C. Chambers
In his early twenties he volunteered for service in the Revolutionary Army in April 1777. He was in Captain John Morton's company of the 4th Virginia Regiment, and was wounded in action in October 1777. He was discharged February 6, 1778 with the rank of Sargeant. He had enlisted for two years. His commanding officer was Thomas Elliot. William Chambers' name is in the Scott County Courthouse yard along with other names of Revolutionary War soldiers. (Information from the Chambers Family Newsletter, Veronica Potter and Anna Noe).