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Continental Line

Samuel Bradget Served in the Hazen's Regiment of the Continental Troops, entered as a Private and was discharged as a Private. 4, 1013
William Bratchey Served in Lee's Legion of the Continental Troops. He entered as a Private and was discharged as a Private. 4, 2216 Reel 93

North Carolina

Name Description Source
Ephraim Bratcher Served 84 months in the Continental Line  
Isaac Bratcher Private in Mill's Company, 10th Regiment, Enlisted Feb. 7, 1782. Died Sept. 18, 1782. 6, pg. 1022
John Bratcher The heir of Private John Bratcher, who served for 84 months in the Continental Line, received a land grant on July 28, 1784 of 640 acres within the limits of the lands allotted Captain Wm Bush 1, pg. 256
John Bradsher The heirs of John Bradsher were issued a Grant for 640 acres in Davidson County, Tennessee on May 20, 1793. 8
Roger Bratchen Appears on the list as soldier 1955 on the roster of the Continental Line 1, pg. 404
Roger Bratcher Ensign under Captain Pearce of Swift Creek.   Joined Colonel Shephards regiment.  The regiment took part in the siege of Charleston in 1780. 7, pgs. 142-143
Samuel Bratcher Served in Williams' Company of the 4th Regiment commanded by Col. Thomas Polk for a period of 1 years. He was discharged November, 1777. 1, pg. 70;5
6, pg. 1012
Thomas Bratcher Of the Wilmington District appeared on a Comptroller's Office Voucher in North Carolina Revolutionary Army Accounts, Vol. V; Old Series Vol. 5 – L Book, No. 11, & 175 to 180; No. 11. Pages 53-67 inclusive. Claims allowed and passed by the Board of Auditors for the Dist. of Wilmington, from the 16th of July, 1783 (included) to the 19 of March, 1784, for which certificates are issued from No. 1459 to No. 3348 inclusive, & returned into the Comptroller’s office. Thos. Routledge, W. Dickson, Thos. Sewell 1, pg. 210

South Carolina

Isaiah Breacher He enlisted in the Fifth Regiment on 25 March 1776.  N.A. 853 10, pg. 97
Middleton Breashear He enlisted in the Third Regiment on 6 October 1777.  He was taken prisoner on 28 December 1778.  N.A. 853 10, pg. 97
Peter Bradshaw He enlisted in the Third Regiment on 5 June 1777, N.A. 853 10, pg. 95
Philip Brachy Served in the 5th South Carolina Regiment, entered as a Sargeant and was discharged as a Sargeant 4, 711 Reel 885
Philip Bracky He enlisted in the Fifth Regiment as a sergeant on 25 September 1777, N.A. 853 10, pg 93
William Bracker, Bracket, Brackler He served in the militia under Col. Roebuck before and after the fall of Charleston.  A. A. 686; X3370; CS 10, pg 93
William Bradshaw 1776 C. or later: Bradshaw, William, Account audited (File No. 699) 9, 0015 003 0012 00508 00
William Bratcher S9223: While residing in Spartanburgh District, he enlisted on 1 June 1776 under Capt. Blassingame and Col. Sumter and was in the siege of Charleston, the battle of Sullivan’s Island (where he was wounded in the right hand by a bayonet) and in several skirmishes. (Moved to Tenn.) 3; 5; 10, pg. 96
William Bradshaw He enlisted in the Third Regiment on 5 June 1777, N. A. 853 10, pg. 95
William Bratcher He served as a lieutenant under Capt. Gowen, Col. White and Gen. Pickens and was a captain during 1779 and 1780. (Dawson, Jonas, R2776); (Hembee, Drewry, R4855). 3; 10, pg. 96
William Bradshaw Sergeant William Bradshaw Indented Certificate, 1783 11
Notes:
[A.A.= Audited Accounts of South Carolina]
[N.A.853 = Lists of North Carolina and South Carolina Troops and of Officers and Men of Continental Organizations Raised from more than one state, 1775-1783.  Washington, D.C., National Archives, M853, Roll 16.]

Virginia

Charles Bratcher Served as a private in Captain Renferew's Company of Colonel Fleming's Regiment of the Virgina line for 6 months and 10 days. 5
Christopher Bracken Served in the 4th Virginia Regiment, as a Private. 4
Christopher Bracken Served in the 4th, 8th & 12th Virginia Regiments, as a Private 4
Claburn Brachaw Served in the 9th Virginia Regiment. He entered as a Private and was discharged as a Private. Also listed as Clabourn Bradshaw. 4, 709 Reel 1055
Claburn Bracher Served in the 9th Virginia Regiment. He entered as a Private and was discharged as a Private. Also listed as Clabourn Bradshaw. 4, 710 Reel 1055
James Bradshaw Isle of Wight County: At a Court held, &c., June 5th, 1777: Ordered that Elisha Laurence Ballard be appointed a Lieutenant to the Company whereof Mills Lawrence is Captain of the Militia and that James Bradshaw be appointed an Ensign to the said Company in the room of John Daughtery, and Hardy Lawrence, who has resigned. 12, pg. 184-185
John Bradshaw Served as an Indian Spy 5
Robert Bratcher Served in the 10th Virginia Regiment, entered as a Corporal and was discharged as a Corporal 4, 2214 Reel 920
Robert Bratcher Served in the 14th Virginia Regiment, entered as a Corporal and was discharged as a Corporal. See also 10th Virginia Regiment 4, 2215 Reel 1080
William Brachy Served in the 2nd Virginia Regiment, entered as a Private and was discharged as a Private. See also Bradger, William 4, 712 Reel 939
William Bradger Served in the 2nd Virginia Regiment, entered as a Private and was discharged as a Private. 4, 1012 Reel 939
David Guttry Enlisted in place of William Bracher a neighbor. 5

  Sources  

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1 Roster of Soldiers From North Carolina in the American Revolution; With An Appendix Containing A Collection Of Miscellaneous Records; Daughters of the American Revolution; Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1967
2 The North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, Volume III. No. 2, May 1977; Revolutionary War Paper’s; compiled by Ransom McBride; (continued from Vol. III, No. 1, pp31)
3 South Carolina Roster
4 Combined Services of the War of 1812, National Archives and Records Administration
5 Revolutionary War pension records in the National Archives and Records Administration
6 The State Records of North Carolina; Published under the supervision of the trustees of the public libraries by order of the General Assembly; Collected and Edited by Walter Clark, One of the Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina; Vol. XVI-1782-'83; Nash Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Goldsboro, N.C., 1899.
7 The State Records of North Carolina; Published under the supervision of the trustees of the public libraries by order of the General Assembly; Collected and Edited by Walter Clark, One of the Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina; Vol. XXII; Nash Brothers, Book and Job Printers, Goldsboro, N.C., 1899.
8 State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, North Carolina
9 S. C. Department of Archives and History Alphabetical Index
10 Moss, Bobby Gilmer; Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.; Baltimore, 1983.
11 Revolutionary War Audited Accounts, South Carolina Department of Archives and History
12 Boddie, John Bennett; Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County Virginia; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1980