The following web site lists web sites where you can begin to do your lookups:
In addition you can take advantage of free trial periods or internet access facilities at your local library to search the website databases at www.ancestry.com and www.footnote.com.
The following site lists links to initial applications for service pensions of persons involved in Southern campaigns:
For more complete listings, such as rosters of County Militiamen (who mostly did not see active-duty service) you can go to the State Archives of your three target states, and then seek out surviving County Court records for the period for any mentions of paying militiamen. There also have been many books published about southern campaigns that you can buy through internet searches, possibly discover at your local library, or ask your library to borrow for you through inter-library loan.
If, however, you seek personal ancestors who may have served during the Revolutionary War, you would be much better off to work carefully back in time to your particular ancestors born before 1765 who might have seen active-duty service.
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