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THE PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATION ON ROCKY RIVER

By Thomas Hugh Spence, Jr. Concord, North Carolina Cabarrus Co. Page 177

Patriots and Soldiers of the Revolutionary Period---Reverend Hezikiah James Balch, Pastor.

Rocky River and Poplar Tent Churches prayed openly for the safety of the "Black Boys" while they were in hiding. The list of soldiers follows:

William AlexanderAndrew Campbell

Thomas AllenCharles Campbell

Robert AndersonWilliam Campbell

James AndrewJohn Carothers

William AndrewWilliam Harris

John Bigger (Constable)Joshua Headly (Black Boy)

Robert BiggerSamuel Hanie

John BlackThomas Irwin

James BradshawAlexander Simmons

James BurnsValentine Kirkpatrick

Chas. Coldwell (Constable)John McAnulty, (Capt.)

David Coldwell (Capt.)Robert Carothers

John CaldwellBenj. Cochran (Black Boy)

Robert CaldwellJohn Cochran Nathaniel Johnston

(and others not included by writer)

From the deeds of Haywood County, Tennessee, Book R, Page 456 we find:

January 7, 1851 --Isaac H. McCord to Thomas J. and Samuel Montgomery; States this land formerly deeded to William Campbell by the state of Tennessee. January 7, 1823.

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