Re: Patriot Minorities at the Battle of Cowpens - fred carlile
Subject: Re: Patriot Minorities at the Battle of Cowpens
From: fred carlile
Date: February 18, 2000

Would you check for any Carlile, Carlisle or Carlills. Thanks Fred

[email protected] wrote:

> Last month marked the 219th anniversary of the Battle of Cowpens.  While
> visiting, I picked up a brochure that gave a brief history of patriot
> minorities that fought in the battle.  The ones that can be documented are
> the following:
> James Anderson or Asher Crockett, a runaway slave from Virginia
> Edward Harris was living in Richland District, SC in 1852, son of free Blacks
> Dick Pickens, Andrew Pickens' servant
> Primes Record or Record Primus, a free man of color.  Living in Roane County,
> Tennessee in 1846
> Others that have documented are:
> Julius Cesar
> Lemerick Farr
> Andrew Ferguson
> Fortune Freeman
> Gideon Griffen
> Morgan Griffen
> Drury Harris
> Allen Jeffers
> Berry Jeffers
> Osborne Jeffers
> Andrew Peeleg
> I also picked up the book "The Patriots at the Cowpens"  that I will be glad
> to look up names for anyone interested.
> Cathy Morrow Roberson

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