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This page is dedicated to my patriot ancestors who fought in the American Revolution - There are many to be included  - so please bear with me as I work on this page.. - Greta Rassel
ANDERSON, Rebecca wife of William Anderson. Women Patriots of the American Revolution - refused to take oath of fidelity to the Crown and was banished from the city. She provided funds to the army during the war.
ANDERSON, Samuel - Private, 3rd Regiment, S.C. under Capt. George Lidell; S.C. Militia, Pickens Brigade.
ANDERSON, William - b. 1732- Third Regiment under Capt. Felix Warley; Fifth Regiment on 17 Apr 1776.
CONE, William - Major, 1st Battalion Richmond County, Georgia Militia.
CRUM, Henry- Volunteer Company of Colleton County Regiment of Foot under Capt. Andrew Cummins. Enlisted on 30 Oct 1775. Henry
CRUM re-enlisted in the Third Reg. 01 Jul 1777. Was also sergeant and corporal.  
SAR National No. 141538 Oakley Lee Rassel
CRUM, David  recognized Patriot of S.C. Militia
SAR National No. 97141
CRUM, Henry, Jr. Lt. S.C. Militia 1782
EUBANKS, Stephen - Soldier, Virginia Militia
HINTON, Robert, Private S.C. Militia 1781
HOLLAND, Thomas - Private, Georgia Minute men, Battalion 1st Georgia, cerified 25 Jan 1788 by Colonel Elijah Clarke.
HUNTER, Miles - Private, 1at Georgia Battalion Continental Line.
HUTTO,Henry - CPL S.C.,Dury roster 1779, S.C. Continental Line
KNIGHT, John - Soldier Col. Benton, Militia, Cheraw Dist. S.C., 1st Sgt., 1st Georgia Battalion Continental Line. Silver Bluff casualty.  NSDAR National No. 785846, SAR National No. 141538
MICKLER, Daniel - Private SC Militia Service # AA5207
MICKLER, Jacob - Lieutenant in Militia S.C.; Militia under Captain Charles Drayton.
MICKLER, John - Militia, S.C. Stub Entries to Idents #460, Bk. 1
MICKLER, Peter - Patriot, S.C. Militia under Captain Charles Drayton;S.C. Provincial Troops. SAR National 141538
MITCHEL, John Foster - Private in Captain William Alexander's
Company, S.C.
PARSLEY, Moses - Bedford Co. VA Militia, Point Pleasant campaign 1774.On Oct 7, 1777, Henry Co. VA Moses renounced allegiance to King, swears allegiance to VA. - Library of Virginia in Richmond VA.
ROSS, James - Private, N.C. Militia
VOYLES, Perry V.  Private Co. "A", 2nd GA Vol. Inf.Rgt
VOYLES, Thomas - Private  in Virginia and N.C. Militias. b.1745 Denbighshire, Wales d. 1816 Washington Co. KY
VOYLES, William - Private in John Summer's Co. N.C.
This unique flag was flown at the
headquarters of General Washington
during most of the Revolutionary
First used by George Washington on January 1, 1776,
this modification of the British Red Ensign became in
effect the first national flag of the United States
One of the original 13 star flags, the "Stars and Stripes" was probably the most commonly used variant.
The Boston Massacre was not a massacre but actually a street fight between a mob and a squad of British soldiers that ended with the deaths of five colonists. This picture was engraved, printed, and sold by Paul Revere but does not depict events as they actually happened. - Hulton Deutsch
Because Britain had accumulated large war debts, Parliament passed the Stamp Act in 1765.  The act was intended to generate revenues that would help pay for the cost of maintaining a permanent force of British troops in the American colonies.  All official documents, including deeds, mortgages, newspapers, and pamphlets, had to bear British government stamps in order to be deemed legal.
-The Bettmann Archive
During the American Revolution (1775-1783), the colonists wore different uniforms depending on the state they were from and their military rank. This drawing depicts the following uniforms, from left to right, Light Infantry, First City Troops Philadelphia, George Washington's Body Guard, Pennsylvania Line Infantry Private, Continental Artillery Private, Massachusetts Line Infantry Lieutenant, New York Line Infantry Private, Artillery Captain, South Carolina Line Infantry Lieutenant, Washington's Uniform and Movian's Draggons.
- Culver Pictures.
Prior to France's defeat in the French and Indian War (1754-1763), Britain had 13 colonies in North American.  Each colony was a separate entity with its own government.  Intercolony ties were not created until events, such as the French and Indian War conflicts with Britain, united the colonists- Microsoft Corporation
Please have patience. I am working on the text for this page. My ancestors who fought in the American Revolutionary War are being  honored here.- G. Rassel