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Revolutionary War Courts-Martial
Footnote
For a character study of the Revolutionary War soldier, see the         
contrasting discussions in: James K. Martin and Mark E. Lender,         
A Respectable Army: the Military Origins of the Republic, 1763-1789     
(Arlington Heights, Illinois: Harland Davidson, 1982); Charles Royster, 
A Revolutionary People at War (Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University  
of North Carolina Press, 1979).                                         

SUMMER SOLDIERS
CHAPTER 6

DAVIDSON, James, Quartermaster. Colonel Livingston's Regiment Defrauding
the soldiers of their provisions, embezzling Continental property and   
disposing of several articles belonging to the United States:           
cashiered. (103)                                                        


SUMMER SOLDIERS
CHAPTER 6

DAVIDSON, Joel. Second Massachusetts Regiment. Desertion: fifty lashes  
only, in consideration of his youth. (54)                               


SUMMER SOLDIERS
CHAPTER 6

DAVIDSON (DAVISON), John, Cp1. Colonel Bridges's Regiment. Quitting    
his post when on duty: fifteen lashes--pardoned because his youth and   
ignorance of his duty. (136)                                            

 
 

Pierce'S Register 
Volume X 
page 238
No.: 253.
To whom granted and rank: 
William Davidson, Lt. Col. Heir, George Davidson.
No. acres: 5,760
Service in months: 84
Location and to whom deeded and date of warrant. Within the limits      
of the lands allotted the officers and soldiers of the Continental      
Line, by Law, 1783, Oct. 14: Oct. 25: Self                              

Pierce'S Register 
Volume X 
page 304
No.: 3569.
To whom granted and rank: Thomas Davidson, Pri. infirm
No. acres: 640
Service in months: 84

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 371
Militia Ephraim Davidson 8436 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
[p.372] Militia Jno. Davidson 8366 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
Militia Joseph Davidson 3400 Wilmington Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
Militia John Davidson 4480 Morgan Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
Continental Thomas Davidson 1829 Warrenton Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
Militia Joseph Davidson 5033 Wilmington Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
Continental John Davidson, Soldier 78 Hillsborough Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 372
Continental James Davidson 1303 Halifax Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Alexander Davidson 5962 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia James Davidson 6263 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia George Davidson 4196 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Major George Davidson 427 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Wm. Davidson 6314 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Continental John Davidson 231 Hillsborough Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia John Davidson 4496 Morgan Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 480
Reference Pages: 167.
Manuscript Pages: William Davidson

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 482
Reference Pages: 199.
Manuscript Pages: James Leeper, 
moved to Davidson Co. in the the winter of
1780-81, and was a Capt. on the border.

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 482
Reference Pages: 201.
Manuscript Pages: Major Isaac Lucas, brother of Robert; in 1781 moved to
Davidson Co.

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 501
George Davidson

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 502
Mecklenburg County–2 Companies. Thomas Polk Col.; 
Adam Alexander, Lt. Col.;
John Phifer, 1st Major; John Davidson, 2nd Major.

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 602
William L. Davidson, Lt. Col.

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 603
Name and Rank: George Davidson, Capt.
When Appointed: Sep. 1, 1775
Remarks: Resigned Feb. 5, '77

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 611
72. Thos. Davidson

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 618
40. Joseph Davidson

Davison

Pierce'S Register 
Reference: North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol. XVI, 1782-1783 
page 142
Name and Rank: Lewis, Hardy, Pt.
Company: Raiford's
Dates of Enlistment and Commission: Jan. '80
Period of Service: 12 mo.
Occurrences: ttt (In lieu of Jas. Davison) Time out 15 Apr. '82

Pierce'S Register 
Volume X 
page 290
No.: 2845.
To whom granted and rank: The heirs of Amos Davison
No. acres: 640
Service in months: 84
: Capt. McNees

Pierce'S Register 
Volume X 
page 293
No.: 3000.
To whom granted and rank: Benjamin Davison
No. acres: 274
Service in months: 36
: Thos. Butcher

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 374
Militia George Davison 7861 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 374
Militia Lieut. Geo. Davison 8359 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 374
Militia Ruban Davison 831 Wilmington Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
[p.375] Militia James Davison 896 Hillsborough Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Ephriam Davison 8381 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Lt. Jos. Davison 3645 Wilmington Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Wm. Davison 3136 Salisbury Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
[p.313] VOUCHERS 
page 375
Militia Joseph Davison 1475 Wilmington Dist.

Pierce'S Register 
APPENDIX 
page 495
Gen. Wm. Lee Davison, killed at Cowan's Ford, Feb. 1, 1781. 
(He had been a Lt. Col. in the Cont. Line.)

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