Rev War / Loyalists in the Southern Campaign 1780-1782

Per Wikipedia: The British “southern strategy” commenced in late 1778 with the capture of Savannah, Georgia, which was followed in 1780 by operations in South Carolina that included the defeat of two Continental Armies at Charleston and Camden. General Nathanael Greene, who took over as Continental Army commander after Camden, engaged in a strategy of … Read more

Pierce Goulden, Revolutionary War Loyalist, Camden Militia, South Carolina

Pierce Goulden, Rev War Pierce Goulden was a Loyalist as documented in Pay Abstract Nr 153, Colonel James Cary’s Regiment, Camden Militia, Charlestown, South Carolina, six-months pay, 14 Jul 1780 to 13 Jan 1781, to be paid 16 Sept 1782. Rank: Private. >> Would like more info on Pierce Goulden: Source: Loyalists in the … Read more