- Robert Anderson, SC 3rd Regiment 1775-1779 Captain, May have been a Major. A Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Andrew Pickens 1779-1881. Prmoted to Colonel/Commander of Uper Ninety-Six District Regiment on 4-18-1781. Ninety, Six 1775, Great Cane Break Naval Battle, Cherokee Exp. 1776 Creek (GA), Vanns
SERVED UNDER COL ROBERT ANDERSON:
John Boles Upper Ninety Six Dist Reg. 1781-1782 A Horseman under Capt. Robert Caruthers, Col Robert Anderson
Hugh Caruthers, SC 1st Regiment of State Served under Capt Peter Burns
James Caruthers, SC 4th Reg. 1776
John Caruthers Lower Dist Regiment 1776 Served under Capt John Catterton Maj Andrew Pickens Cherokee Expedition
Matthew Caruthers, Upper 96 Dist Reg. 1779-1780 A Horseman under Lt. Col. Robert Anderson aka Matthew Carithers
Robert Caruthers, Upper 96 Dist Reg. 1779-1780 1779 served under Capt. Anthony Head, Capt. John Calhoun, Capt William Freeman, May 1780 promoted to Captain aka Robert Carithers
William Caruthers Upper 96 Dist Reg. Served under Capt Robert Anderson and Capt William Baskin POW, Dates unknow aka William Carithers. 1779-1782
John Boles, Upper Ninety Six Dist. Reg. 1781-1782 A Horseman under Capt. Robert Caruthers, Col Robert Anderson in 10-22-1782
Joseph Winningham, SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781-1781, From Orangeburgh District, 1781 enlisted under Capt William Reid, Col Charles Myddleton, When Capt. Reid resigned, then his commander was Capt. Isaac Ross, AKA Joseph Winnington, St. James Goose Creek Church, Eutaw Springs.
Thomas Winningham, SC 3rd Regiment 1775 From Fairfield Dist. Served under Capt. Thomas Woodward.
William Winningham, SC 3rd Regiment 1775, Served under Capt. Robert Goodwyn
John Blake, SC 2nd regiment, 1776-1778 Was a Lieutenant, Promoted to Captain on 4/23/1776. Resigned...his men were slaughter on board the frigate Randolph 1780---the Charles Town District Regiment.
William Sims, SC 2nd Regiment 1778 Served under Capt. John Blake
James Luckie, Upper Ninety Six Dist REg. 1779-1782 Served under Capt John Norwood, Col Andrew Pickens, Kettle Creek GA
William Luckie, Jr. Upper Ninety Six District Reg. 1779-1783 Served under Capt Joseph Pickens Kettle Creek GA