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Report: Military: American Revolution

         Description: A list of our ancestors who served in the American Revolution.


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# Last Name, Given Name(s) Military: Date Military: Place Military
1 Miles, Leonard  1777  Fairfield District, South Carolina   American Revolution - According to page 678 of the South Carolina Roster: Leonard Miles enlisted during 1777, while residing in the Fairfield District, under Capt. John Woodword, Col. Goodwyn and General Williamson. In 1780, he was under Capt. Henry Dempsey, Colonel Thomas Taylor and General Sumter. He was in the Siege of Fort Granby, the siege of Thompson's Fort, the siege of Wright's Bluff, the battles at Lynch's Creek and Guilford Courthouse. Thereafter, he was under a Capt. Bethany and a Capt. Frazier in the force under Greene, Marion and Sumter at Eutaw Springs. In addition, he was under Capt. Rayford Hagwood and Colonel Henry Hampton against the Tories. (Moved to Tenn.) A.A.5231; Z336.

DAR Notes: Note: Rev War soldier- W1453, SC Line, sol appl 28 Jan 1833 Lincoln Co., TN, sol lived in Fairfield Dist SC at enlistment and lived in SC for some 15 - 16 years after the Rev then moved to Sumner Co. TN, then to Lincoln Co., TN and his widow applied there 22 Dec 1840, age 80, soldier and widow had m. 31 March 1785 in Fairfied Dist SC, soldier died 3 April 1835 in Lincoln Co. Tn. DAR, SC, R7166

Miscellaneous notes from researcher: Ginny White Keefer:
Leonard Miles initially joined the Rev War in place of his father, Thomas Miles. Then Leonard came down with small pox and had to delay 5 or 6 weeks to recover. Leonard lived in Fairfield, SC for 15 or 16 years after the Rev War, then relocated to Lincoln Co TN. He married Mary ____ on Mar 31, 1785 at Fairfield, SC. The marriage was officiated by Rev. Ralph Jones, Baptist Minister. Leonard's widow, Mary, applied for a share of her late husband's pension when she was 80 years old. She would have been entitled to one half of what he was awarded. Mary Miles presented the pension board with her Miles family Bible, dated 1802. It listed all her children by name and age as I have them on my Ancestry.com under Leonard and Mary's names. This is page one of Leonard's RW pension application that was typed [with a large number of other's pensions and posted on the internet. A huge thank you to William C. Graves for all his work in behalf of so many researchers.