The Roster of the 10th Regiment
Col. Abraham Shephard
These rosters will contain the names of the North Carolina soldiers that fought
in the Revolutionary War.
This is a roster of known soldiers from the
10th Regiment-Col. Abraham Shepard
The 10th North Carolina Regiment was authorized on April 17, 1777 as an unit
of the North Carolina State Troops named Sheppard's Regiment. The regiment
was organized from 19 April to 1 July 1777 at Kinston, North Carolina from men
from the northeastern region of the state of North Carolina and was adopted and
assigned to the main Continental Army on 17 June 1777 as Sheppard's Additional
Continental Regiment. The regiment did not see any action. The regiment was
disbanded on June 1, 1778 at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
Quinby, Eleazer, Pt.
July 4, 1776
Discharged 30 July 1779
The Roll of Captain Clement Hall's Company
2nd NC Batallion
CLARK'S STATE RECORDS
Roll of Capt. Clement Hall's Company, in the 2nd Battalion
Commanded by John Patton, White Plains, Sept. 9, 1778.
May 4, 1776
(no Discharge entry)