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Re: Charles Moody - South Carolina Militia, Revolutionary War
Posted by: Mary Owen (ID *****7115) Date: December 09, 2012 at 18:56:28
In Reply to: Charles Moody - South Carolina Militia, Revolutionary War by Michael McDonald of 18093

I hope you're still checking the message boards. Here's some information that might help you:

South Carolina Archives
Charleston Year Book, 1893
pp. 232
Officers S. C. Reg, Continental Establishment, p. 237
Moody, Charles, Lieutenant, St. David's Parish. Col. G. G. Powell's Regim't 1776. Journal of Council of Safety, 21 February, 1776; Yearbook, 1893

Early Pee Dee Settlers
John M. Gregg
Heritage Books, Inc.
Moody, Charles ID: 2022
Spouse: Elizabeth Whitfield
Date in Pee Dee: 1767 Last Date: 1775
Location: St. David's Parish
Sources: Gregg, Moore v.3
Revolutionary War service: Militia
Gregg, Alexander, History of Old Cheraws,
The State Company
Columbia, SC 1867

"....A tombstone stands on what is now known as the Charlie Stackhouse farm, 868 Stackhouse Road, Dillon County, SC, in a small plot called the Platt Deer Cemetery. Inscribed on the tombstone is:
S. C. MIL. REV. WAR. "
I think the above came from Helen B. Moody

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