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Contents

General

  • "Veteran burials at Rose Hill cemetery,"York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, June 1998, Volume 10, Issue 1. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "York co. beat line of state militia, 1834," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2005, Volume 16, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.

Revolutionary War

  • Historical Sketch of the Battle of King's Mountain: Fought Between the American and British Troops, at King's Mountain, York Co., S.C. October 7, 1780. Yorkville, S.C.: Office of the Enquirer, 1880. Digital version at Internet Archive.
  • "Battle of Stallions' Plantation, 1780," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2007, Volume 18, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Edmonson, Edmiston family at Battle of Kings Mountain," Historical Society of Washington County Bulletin, 2007, Volume 2, Issue 44. Historical Society of Washington County : Abingdon, VA.
  • "Winning the Battle of Kings Mountain, 1780," Flintlock and Powderhorn, Spring 2006, Volume 24, Issue 1. Sons of the Revolution : New York, NY.
  • "Nathanael Greene, appreciation of commander of American forces in the South, d. 1786, age 43," Rhode Island History, Winter 2006, Volume 64, Issue 1. Rhode Island Historical Society : Providence, R.I. FHL Collection
  • "John Craig's reminiscences of the American Revolution," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, December 2005, Volume 17, Issue 3. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "John Craig recalls partisan warfare,1776-1781," Chester District Genealogical Society Bulletin, June 2005, Volume 29, Issue 2. Chester County Genealogical Society : Richburg, SC. FHL Collection
  • "Watt, slave of Captain Huck, warns of British presence, Rev. War, 1780," Broad River Journal, June 2004, Volume 12, Issue 3. Broad River Basin Historical Society : Sharon, SC.
  • "York District enlistments (sel.)," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2004, Volume 15, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Pension applicants with York enlistments," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, December 2003, Volume 15, Issue 3. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "York District Revolutionary War pensioners, 1833," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 2003, Volume 15, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Huck's defeat at Battle of Williamson's plantation," ''York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2003, Volume 14, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Rejected pension applicants, n.d. (sel.)," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2003, Volume 14, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Battle of Williamson's plantation," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, December 2001, volume 13, Issue 3, June 2002, Volume 14, Issue 1 and March 2002, Volume 13, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Thos. Sumter papers re Rev. War," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2002, Volume 13, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Captain Christian Huck defeated, 1780," St. Lucie River Whig, Spring 2001, Volume 9, Issue 2. St. Lucie River Chapter : Lucie, Florida.
  • "Battle of King's Mountain notes," SAR magazine, Winter 2001, Volume 95, Issue 3. National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution:Louisville, KY. FHL Collection. Also: York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, June 1999, Volume 11, Issue 1. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Battle of Kings Mountain," Old Pendleton District Newsletter, October 1999, Volume 13, Issue 8. Old Pendleton District Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society : Easley, SC.
  • "Geo. Cunningham war recs., 1832," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 1999, Volume 11, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Yorkville area," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 1999, Volume 11, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Ebenzer Cemetery, veterans interred," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2005, Volume 16, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society:Rock Hill, SC. Also York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, Jun 1999, Volume 11, Issue 1. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "County during the Revolutionary War," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, December 1997, Volume 9, Issue 3. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Collins and Moffett's spies, 1780," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, June 1996, Volume 8, Issue 1. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC
  • "Collins and Moffett's co., 1781," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 1996, Volume 8, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Pensioners, 1820," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly,December 1994, Volume 6, Issue 3. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Revolutionary pensioners, 1832," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 1994, Volume 6, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC
  • "Stallings affair, 1780," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 1991, Volume 3, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Matthew Wilson incident, SC," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, September 1989, Volume 1, Issue 2. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "Revolutionary veterans, 1840," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, June 1989, Volume 1, Issue 1. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • "King's Mountain soldiers, American forces, 1780," New Orleans Genesis, October 1988, Volume 27, Issue 108. Genealogical Research Society of New Orleans : New Orleans, LA.
  • "Arthur Fairies:Cherokee campaign journal, 1776," Chester District Genealogical Society Bulletin, June 1988, Volume 11, Issue 2. Chester County Genealogical Society : Richburg, SC. FHL Collection.
  • "Names in Peter Clinton pension files, Rev. War," Chester District Genealogical Society Bulletin, June 1988, Volume 11, Issue 2. Chester County Genealogical Society : Richburg, SC. FHL Collection.
  • "Revolutionary war pensioners, 1840 census," Eswau Huppeday, May 1984, Volume 4, Issue 2. Broad River Genealogical Society : Shelby, NC. FHL Collection
  • "Bethesda Presbyterian churchyard, RW soldiers in," Thorny Trail, November 1974, Volume 3, Issue 1. Midland Genealogical Society : Midland, TX 79702. FHL Collection.
  • "Battle of Kings Mountain, roster (sel.)," Tennessee Rifleman, Tennessee Society of the Sons of the American Revolution : Knoxville, TN.
April 1967, Volume 8, Issue 2
January 1967, Volume 8, Issue 1.
October 19166, Volume 7, Issue 4.
July 1966, Volume 7, Issue 3.
April 1966, Volume 7, Issue 2.
January 1966, Volume 7, Issue 1.
October 1965, Volume 6, Issue 4.
July 1965, Volume 6, Issue 3.
January 1965, Volume 6, Issue 1.
October 1964, Volume 5, Issue 4.
July 1964, Volume 5, Issue 3.
July 1962, Volume 3, Issue 3.
  • "Battle of Kings Mountain," Tennessee Rifleman, July 1962, Volume 3, Issue 3.Tennessee Society of the Sons of the American Revolution : Knoxville, TN.
  • "Battle of Kings Mountain," Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, September 1936, Volume 70, Issue 9. Daughters of the American Revolution : Washington D.C. FHL Collection.
  • "Battle of King's Mountain," Tennessee Historical Magazine, July 1921, Volume 7, Issue 2 and April 1921, Volume 7, Issue 1. Tennessee Historical Society : Nashville, TN. FHL Collection
  • "Kings Mountain Battle," Confederate Veteran, May 1910, Volume 18, Issue 5. Confederate Veteran, Sons of Confederate Veterans and Military Order of the Stars and Bars : Houston, Texas. FHL Collection
  • "Battle of Kings Mountain," American Historical Magazine, January 1896, Volume 1, Issue 1. University Press : Nashville, TN.
  • "Robert Campbell's account of Kings Mt. battle," American Historical Magazine, January 1896, Volume 1, Issue 1. University Press : Nashville, TN.
  • General Francis Preston (30th anniversary) [and] Lewis Preston Summers (158th anniversary). Battle of King's Mountain, South Carolina, Oct. 7, 1780 : memorial addresses. FHL 1017570}item Book 975.5725 H25b no. 3
  • William E. Cox, historian [for] Kings Mountain National Military Park. Battle of Kings Mountain participants, October 7, 1780. Abingdon, Virginia : Historical Societ yof Washington County, [19-]. FHL Collection Book 975.743 M2b.
  • State Historical Society of Wisconsin; Draper, Lyman Copeland; Bennett, Edward Earl. Calendar of the Tennessee and King's mountain papers of the Draper collections of manuscripts. Utica, Kentucky : McDowell Publications, [1983?]. FHL Collection Book 977.5 A3ws v. 3 1983.
  • State Historical Society of Wisconsin; Draper, Lyman Copeland; Bennett, Edward Earl. Calendar of the Tennessee and King's mountain papers of the Draper collections of manuscripts. Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972. FHL Collection Film 896963 item 2. The King's Mountain battle took place in York County, South Carolina on October 7, 1780.
  • Lathan, Robert. Historical sketch of the battle of King's Mountain, fought between the American and British troops, at King's Mountain, York Co., S. C., October 7, 1780. Yorkville, South Carolina : [s.n.], 1880. FHL Collection Book 975.7 A1 no. 58 Film 1036380 item 1.
  • White, Katherine Keogh. The King's Mountain men : the story of the battle, with sketches of the American soldiers who took part. Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978. FHL Collection. Film 1036800 item 6 Contains military history and personal sketches of the soldiers. Most of the soldiers came from North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
  • White, Katherine Keogh. The King's Mountain men : the story of the battle, with sketches of the American soldiers who took part. Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978. FHL Collection. Book 975.743 D3w 1977 Film 1036722 item 1
  • Moss, Bobby Gilmer The patriots at Kings Mountain. Blacksburg, South Carolina : Scotia-Hibernia Press, c1990. FHL Collection Book 975.743 M2m

War of 1812

  • "Ebenzer Cemetery, veterans interred," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, March 2005, Volume 16, Issue 4. York County Genealogical and Historical Society:Rock Hill, SC. Also York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, Jun 1999, Volume 11, Issue 1. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC.
  • List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, 1883; Giving the Name of Each Pensioner, the Cause for Why Pensioned, the Post-Office Address, the Rate of Pension Per Month, and the Date of Original Allowance... Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1883. FHL Collection 973 M2Lp v. 5; digital versions at Google Books and Internet Archive. [See Vol. 5, South Carolina, York County, p. 189. Identifies War of 1812 veterans living in this county in 1883.]
  • "Robert Caldwell's company," York County Genealogical and Historical Society Quarterly, December 1992, Volume 4, Issue 3. York County Genealogical and Historical Society : Rock Hill, SC


Civil War, 1861-1865

Civil War service men from York County served in various regiments. Men often joined a company (within a regiment) that originated in their county. Listed below are companies and regiments that were formed with many men from York County.

- 1st Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry,with the following companies:
- Company A - (also known as M. T. Owens Cavalry and Albemarle, South Carolina Cavalry)
- Company H (also known as Robin Jones Cavalry)
- Possibly Company I - (also known as J.R.P. Cavalry and Round O Troop)
- Company K - (had been Company D of 1st South Carolina Cavalry Battalion)
- 3rd Battalion, South Carolina Reserves
- Company C
- Company D
- 5th Regiment, South Carolina State Troops,
- Company B
- Company K
- 5th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
- Company B - (also known as King's Mountain Guard), Before Reorganization Roster, After ReorganizationRoster
- Company C
- Company D
- Company E
- Company F
- Company G
- Company H - (also known as Catawba Light Infantry), Before Reorganization Roster, After Reorganization Roster
- Company I
Companies B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, . See the Regimental page 5th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry for additional information on these companies



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