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Hezekiah Rhoad, served in Ebenezer Allen's Regt. of VT Mil.1

John  Rhoad or as John Rhode, served . as Pvt. in 2nd PA Rgt.1

John  Rhoad or as John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

Thomas Rhoad or as Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 3rd CT Regt.1

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Benjamin Rhoades, served in John Douglas' Regt. of CT Troops1

Benjamin Rhoades, served in Lee's Regt. of VT Mil.1

Benjamin Rhoades, served in Parsons' 6th Regt. of CT Troops1

Charles Rhoades, served as a soldier in the autumn, 1780, under Capt. John Morrison, Lt. Ewers, Ensign William Barnett, in Col. Randolph's Va. Regt. From Alexander McALEXANDER Revolutionary War Pension Application Amherst County, VA, August 27, 1834, see: http://webpages.charter.net/pepbaker/alex_war.htm

Isaac Rhoades, served in Ludington's Regt. of NY Mil.1

James Rhoades, served as Pvt. in 5th CT Regt.1

Jacob Rhoades or Rhodes served enlisted in Arundel, Kennebunkport, ME as a Pvt. on Apr. 1, 1781.  He served till June 1783 under Capt. Jonathon Maynard, & Nathal. C. Allen, commanded by Col. Jno. Brooks of the MA Troops.  See: pension of Jacob Rhoades W.11.201

Jacob Rhoades, served as Capt., in the 5th Battalion, under Col. Jacob Weaver, belonging to Berks County Militia in 1777.(Penn. Archives- Series 5-Vol. 5-p. 216).

Jacob E. Rhoades, served in the Virginia Troops.7

John Rhoades or as John Rhodes, served as Matross in 1st Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Rhoades, served in 3rd Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Rhoades or as John Rhodes, (also see Rhoads), served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

Joseph Rhoades, of Worthington. Capt. Webber's Co., Col. Chapin's Regiment; on list of Worthington men for Continental service. Also on list of men serving June 16, 1778 for nine months. SOURCE: [15] A history of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, Appen. E, page 381.

Joseph Rhoades or as Joseph Rhodes,  (also see Rhoads), served as Pvt. in 2nd NY Regt.1

Mathias or as Mathias Rhodes, serving as Pvt. in 3rd & 4th VA Regt.1

Nicholas Rhoades serving as a ferrier in Col. Light Horse Harry Lee's Legion, of VA; see  military pension of Nicholas Rhoades on 5 Jan 1829.

Richard Rhoades or as John Rhodes, served  as Matross in 2nd Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Samuel Rhoades, serving as a  Pvt. under Capt. Seth Ballard and Col. Joseph Read, in the Mass. Continental Line. See: Samuel Rhoades, pension # W. 4319

William Rhoades, served  as Pvt. in VA Troops, card #5761 roll #431

William Rhoades, of Worthington. Private in Capt. Malcolm Henry's Co., Col. Brewer's Regiment; enlisted June 5, 1775; served 3 weeks, 5 days. Enlisted for 3 years Capt. Watkins Co., Col. Brewer's Regiment; also Corporal in Capt A. Williams Co., Col. Eben Sprout's Regiment Continental Army Jan. 1, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779. SOURCE: [15] A history of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, page 58; Appen. E, page 381.

 

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Allen Rhoads or as Allen Rhodes, served  in 2nd Battalion. of Somerset, NJ Mil.1

Benjamin Rhoads, served in Ebenezer Allen's Regt. of VT Mil.1

Benjamin Rhoads, served  in Latimer's Regt. of CT Mil.1

Benjamin Rhoads, served  in Scammon's MA Regt.1

Benjamin Rhoads MD4 #60

Benjamin Rhoads, served  in 2nd Regt. of New Castle County DL Mil.1

Daniel Rhoads, also: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5622800 enlisted in Bedford, Pennsylvania, sometime in June, 1775, served as private in Captain Robert Cluggage’s company, in Colonel Thompson’s First Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment, and was discharged sometime in June, 1778. See: Revolutionary War pension of Daniel Rhoads file no. W.1485. See:

Isaac Rhoads or as Isaac Roads, served as Pvt. in 2nd NC Regt.1

Isaac Rhoads, served as Cpl. in 3rd Regt. of PA Troops in 17761

Jacob Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 7th VA Regt.1

Jacob Rhoads of Berks Co. PA, served from May 17, 1777 as Pvt. and 1st Lt. in the 3rd Co. under Capt. Thomas Paxton, of the 1st Battalion, Berks Co. PA Militia. See: Pennsylvania State Archives (5) V, 115-117; certificate #5745: www.rhodesfamily.org/Jacob_Rhoads_PA_State_Archives_Rev_War.pdf  Thanks to Shirley Williams  , a descendant of Jacob for bring us this information.

Jacob Rhoads, b. Dec. 1738 ---- ----, Private, 5th Co., 6th Battalion., Philadelphia County, PA Militia, 1779-17803

James Rhoads or as James Rhoades, served as Pvt. in 5th CT Regt.1

John Rhoads or as John Rhodes, served as Lt. & Capt. in Hall's DL Regt.1

John Rhoads or as John Roads, served as Pvt. in Hazen's Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Rhoads, served as 1st Lt. in Patterson's Battalion. "Flying Camp" in DL1

John Rhoads or as John Rhodes, served as Matross in 1st Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Rhoads or as John Rhodes, served as Fifer in 2nd VA Regt.1

John Rhoads or as John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1.  Killed during the storming of Fort Montgomery on October 6, 1777, see pension of Joseph Rhoads, (pension no. S. 45583)

John Rhoads or as John Roads, served as Pvt. in 5th PA Regt.1.

John Rhoads, MD 4,  #577

John Rhoads, served as Musician & Fifer in 6th VA Regt., also see 2nd VA Regt.1

Joseph Rhoads, enlisted in the spring of 1777, served as private in Captains Henry Du Bois' and Pawling's companies, Colonels Lewis Du Bois' and Philip Van Cortlandt's New York regiments. See: Pension of Joseph Rhoads S. 45583

Henry Rhoads served as Captain in Brothers Valley, Bedford county Pennsylvania, 3rd Co. 1777 under Col. Wm. Parker and General Muhlenberg. "The Compendium of American Genealogy" V.II, p.663, by Virkus

Matthias Rhoads, b. ---- 1736 d. Jan. 1801, Court Martial Man, 2nd Co., 1st Battn., Berks County, PA Militia, 17773

Nathaniel Rhoads, served as Fifer in 7th MA Regt.1

Peter Rhoads, b. Apr. 1737 d. Dec. 1814 Delegate, PA Constitutional Convention, 1776; Member, PA Council of Safety,1776; Member, PA Assembly,1777-803

Richard Rhoads or as Richard Roads, served as Matross in 2nd Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Samuel Rhoads b. ---- 1711 d Apr. 1784, Member, CONT Congress, 1774; Mayor, City of Philadelphia, PA 17743

Silas Rhoads, of Worthington. Capt. Eben. Sheldon's Co., Col. Seth Murray's Regiment; enlisted July 18, 1780, discharged Oct. 10, 1780; Private. SOURCE: [15] A history of the Town of Middlefield, Massachusetts, page 58; Appen. E, page 381.

Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in McClaughry's Regt. of NY Mil.1

Thomas Rhoads, served out of Augusta Co., Virginia, in Capt. Thomas Smith's Co.7

Thos. Rhoads,  MD4, #400.

Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 3rd CT Regt.1

Wm. Rhoads, MD (see Rhodes)

William Rhoads, served in 2nd Regt. of New Castle County DL Mil.1

William Rhoads, served in the 14 VA Regt. of the Continental Line7

 

RHODES

Also see: Rhodes' in the Stoughton Massachusetts Minutemen of 9 April 1775

Adam Rhodes, Private, in Capt. Nathaniel Heath's co., Col. Jonathan Reed'...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols.

Adam Rhodes, Marine, State ship Tartar, commanded by Capt. John Cath...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols.
 


Aquilla Rhodes a members of Capt. William Williams' Co., 7th Orange Militia, Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution,  Authors North Carolina D A R, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina, Gertrude May Sloan Hay, page 596
Alexander Rhodes, served six mouths  as a Private, under Capt. Allen & Col. Tenion, in the NC Militia.  See: Pension file no. S21444, Alexander Rhodes of Henderson Co. TN.

Allen Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 2nd Battalion. of Somerset NJ Mil.1

Anthony Rhodes was born October 21, 1761 in Warwick, Rhode Island. He first enlisted in October 1777, in Captain Rice's Company, Colonel Cornwall's Rhode Island Regiment Anthony Rhodes enlisted again March 16, 1778. While a resident of Voluntown, Connecticut, he enlisted in August 1780, Captains Gallup's and Latham's Companies, of Colonel Ledyard's Connecticut Regiment. He also served one month on an alarm in 1781, as private in the Connecticut troops. See: Pension of Anthony Rhodes S.14285.
  Anthony Rhodes,  age 79, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 Census of  NY Pensioners.  At that time he was living with a Randall Rodley at the town of Winfield in Herkimer Co. NY, name variations: Randal; Rhoades

Beacham Rhodes, (the following information was provided by one of his descendants Brenda Magee ), Beacham served in militia of Chester County , PA in 1783.
Source : Pennsylvania Archives , Series V, Vol. 5 , p. 682.
Later, he was also listed as a spy in the Mason County Virginia Scouts . (Mason County, VA later becomes Mason Co, KY .)
Source : American Militia in the Frontier Wars - 1790-1796 , p. 169 by Murtie June Clark.  Also see: Descendants of Beechum Rhodes and Harrowing and tragic tale of Beechum Rhodes, with his friend Robert Stockton, on frontier Fleming Co. KY in 1789

Benjamin Rhodes, served in Pawtuxet RI Rangers1

Benjamin Rhodes, served  Private, NC Militia. From the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c1997.

Benjamin Rhodes or as Benjamin Rhods, served as Pvt. in 12th MA Regt.1

Benjamin Rhodes, Arundel, Private, Capt. Jesse Dorman's co., Col. James Sc...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors.

Benjamin Rhodes served in the company of Light horse raised in Guilford Co, NC, under command by Capt. Asa BRASHERS2

Bristol Rhodes was born in 1755 at Cranston Rhode Island, an African-American slave to Capt. William Rhodes.  He lived in Cranston until 29 May 1778, when he enlisted in a Rhode Island’s Continental Regiment, and gained his freedom in the process.  Bristol served nearly five years, seeing action in Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, and Virginia. During the siege of Yorktown, he was badly wounded from a cannon shot in which he lost both his left leg and left hand.  Bristol spent nearly a year in the hospital where on 1 September 1782, he was discharged by the Commander and Chief General George Washington.  Later that September, a board of officers awarded him with an honorary badge for “long and faithful service.”  In time, Bristol would be rewarded with a pension for life.  He moved from Cranston to Providence Rhode Island 1789. His home in Providence became meeting place for people of color.   When he died 3 July 1810, two major newspapers carried his obituary.  Source: Herndon, Ruth Wallis “Unwelcome American’s, Living on the Margin in Early New England.” University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia. 2001

Brister Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st and 2nd RI Regt. (consolidated)1

Bristol Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st RI Regt.1

Bristol Rhodes, Private, Capt. Edward Slocum's Co., Col. Greene's 1st Rhode Island.
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution

Bristol Rhodes, Private age 31, on Feb. 10, 1785 was granted a pension of $5.00 a month.  He was in the Rhode Island regiment commanded by Col. Jeremiah Olney. Loss of the left leg and left hand by a cannon shot in the memorable siege of Yorktown, in Virginia, in October, 1781.
Source: Records of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, pages 162 to 167

Catharine Rhodes, age 86, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 RI Census of Pensioners, in Warwick, Kent Co. RI.

Charles Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island as Pvt. in April 1777, under Benjamin Arnold, Colonel, and James Sheldon, Captain, Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by

Edward Field, Pub. by Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896,page 87.

Charles Rhodes, served as 2nd Lt. in 9th Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Charles Rhodes, served as 1st Lieutenant, brigantine General Gasden (privateer); ...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution

Charles Rhodes, served in 3rd NC Regt.1

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Charles Rhodes, born Feb. 22, 1765, served Sgt. in 5th NC Regt.1,  from 1776-1778.  In 1779 he served as Capt. for three mouths, under Col. Johnston Regiment of NC, commanded by Gen Butler.  See: Revolutionary War Pension of Charles Rhodes, S. 7386

Charles Rhodes, served in Pawtuxet RI Rangers1

Christian Rhodes or as Christians Roath, served as Pvt. & Matross under the Comissary Gen'l in Military Stores Dept.1

Cornelius Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

Daniel Rhoads/Rhodes, was from Massachusetts, where he served in Capt. Samuel Payson's company, Col. John Graton's regiment, as a "Minute Man," enlisting April 19, 1775 for 8 days ; he again served for three months in Col. Joseph Read's regiment and again in Sept. 1776 in a battalion stationed at Hull. He died June 14, 1830 in Walpole Massachusetts, and according to some family documents he is buried in an unmarked grave at the Guild Burial Ground in Walpole, Massachusetts. See: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=152372975

David Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Capt. Mellin's Co. of NH Troops1

David Rhodes, served as Pvt. as a "Minute Man," Muster-roll of the first company of militia in the District of Stoughtonham, commanded by Edward Bridge SAVELS, forming part of Colonel ROBINSON's regiment

Dick Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st & 2nd RI Regts. (consolidated)1

Dick Rhodes, served as Private, under Capt. John S. Dexter's (4th) Co.
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution

Elijah Rhodes, served as Pvt. in VA Troops, card #5804 roll #431

Elisha Rhodes, MD4, #46.  On roll of Captain Philip Maroney’s Company, Flying Camp, Maryland August 5, 1776, see: http://emmitsburg.net/archive_list/articles/history/rev_war/forgotten_patriots_of_tom_creek.htm

Elisha Rhodes, served as Capt. in 1st Regt. of NC Mil.1

Ezekiel Rhodes, served as Pvt., Philadelphia County Militia, 6th Battalion, 5th Company, of Norriton Township. See: http://farmpark.org/History/

Ezekiel Rhodes was age 86, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 Census of NY Pensioners, he lived at Southport, in  Chemung Co. NY.

George Rhodes born ca 1756, served as Pvt. in the 7th VA Regt. from 1776 to 1778.  He filed for a pension in 1818, at the time he was living in Fluvanna County VA. George died on September 2, 1839.  See: Pension S39041

George Rhodes,  Revolutionary War Soldiers that lived at one time, or are buried in Tompkins Co., NY. See: http://mywebpage.netscape.com/jmgencon/books/rev_war_index.html

George Rhodes, served in 5th MD Regt.1

Henry Rhodes, Pvt., Volunteers of Ireland, possibly present per Vol. of Ireland Feb 1780 musters. Brit/Loyalist Participants in The Battle of Camden.  http://battleofcamden.org/volsofireland.htm

Henry Rhodes, served in Gallup's Regt. of CT Mil.1

Henry Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 8th NC Regt.1

Henry Rhodes, Lt. Col., of Onslow County NC, was born in 1731 and died after the country's first defining war in 1780, see: http://newbernsunjournal.com/SiteProcessor.cfm?Template=/GlobalTemplates/Details.cfm&StoryID=20497&Section=Local 

Henry Rhodes, served in the Marine Corp. out of Virginia in 1776.7

Col. Henry Rhodes, a member of the Sons of Liberty who fought in the Revolutionary War, a member of the North Carolina Militia. Died in 1780, as he helped gather freedom fighters to repel a British invasion of Wilmington. Buried State Veterans Cemetery in Jacksonville NC. See: http://jdnews.com/SiteProcessor.cfm?Template=/GlobalTemplates/Details.cfm&StoryID=36519&Section=News 

Hezekiah Rhodes, enlisted as a Pvt. in Albemarle, NC under Capt. William Daltow (Dalthow? Dolbow?) and Julian Miller, Col. Holt (Heath?), Gen. Buchanan. See: Pension of Hezekiah Rhodes S. 7385

Hezekiah Rhodes, served in Fletcher's Regt. of VT Mil.1

Holden Rhodes, served in RI during Rev, card #5813 roll #431

Holdon Rhodes, served in Waterman's RI Regt.1

Isaac Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 5th NC Regt.1

See: Jacob Rhoades of  ME / MA..

Jacob Rhodes, served in VA during Rev, card #5813 roll #431

Jacob Rhodes, 1778, Nov. 15th: George Emrey to furnish the child of Jacob Rhodes, said Jacob being in the Continental army. William Douglass to furnish Mary Rhodes, her husband being in the army. George Summers to furnish William Gilmore, his son being in the army. Title: History and comprehensive description of Loudoun County Virginia. Author: James William Head. Edition: illustrated. Publisher: Park View Press, 1908 Page 135-136

Jacob Rhodes or as Jacob Roads, served as Pvt. in 4th NY Regt.1

Jacob Rhodes, served as Capt. in the 5th Pennsylvania Battalion under Col. Jacob Weaver (Source: Penn. Archives - Series 5-Vol. t - p. 216.)

Jacob Rhodes, served as Pvt., Philadelphia County Militia, 6th Battalion, 5th Company, of Norriton Township. See: http://farmpark.org/History/

Jacob Rhodes, served as Fifer in 5th & 8th VA Regt.1, 7

 Jacob Rhoads, MD4, #46.  On roll of Captain Philip Maroney's Company, Flying Camp, Maryland August 5, 1776, see: http://emmitsburg.net/archive_list/articles/history/rev_war/forgotten_patriots_of_tom_creek.htm

Jacob Rhoads,  Private, NC Militia, From the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c1997.

Jacob Rhoads, 1st Lieutenant, 8th NC Continental Line, from the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c1997.

Jacob Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 8th VA Regt.1

Jacob Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1788 Sullivan County, Tennessee Militia List of Capt. Thomas Vincent, see: http://tngenweb.org/revwar/counties/sullivan1788.html

James Rhodes, 76, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 RI Census of Pensioners, in Warwick, Kent Co. RI.

James Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Capt. Mellin's Co. of NH Troops1

James Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island in 1777, 1778 as Pvt., under: Benjamin Arnold, Colonel, Oliver Arnold, Lieutenant-Colonel and Sylvester Rhodes, Major. Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 88, 89.

James Rhodes, served in the Pawtuxet RI Rangers1

James Rhodes, Jr., served in the Pawtuxet RI Rangers1

James Rhodes or as James Rhoades, served as Pvt. in 5th CT Regt.1

Jeremiah Rhodes, served as Pvt. in MD Troops, card #5821 roll #431

Jeremiah Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 3rd MD Regt.1

John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Gerrish's MA Regt.1

John Rhodes, served as Lt. and Capt. in Col. Hall's Delaware Blues Regt.1  In 1780 he was killed at the battle of Gate's Defeat in Camden, South Carolina. See pension of  John Hackney
John Rhodes, of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

John Rhodes a members of Capt. William Williams' Co., 7th Orange Militia, Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution,  Authors North Carolina D A R, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina, Gertrude May Sloan Hay, page 596.

John Rhodes, served in Ludington's Regt. of NY Mil.1

John or as John Roads, served as Pvt. in Hazen's Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Rhodes, served as Matross in 1st Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Rhodes, served as Pvt. & Cpl. in 1st & 2nd RI Regts. (consolidated)1

John Rhodes, served as Matross in 2nd Arty Regt. of Cont Troops1

John Rhodes or as Joseph Rhodes, (also see Rhoads), served as Pvt. in 2nd NY Regt.1

John Rhodes was age 80, Revolutionary War Pensioner,  1840 Census of NY Pensioners, he was living with Stephen F. Rhodes, in the town of Corinth, at Saratoga Co. NY

John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 2nd RI Regt.1

John Rhodes, served as Fifer in 2nd VA Regt.1

John Rhodes, (also see Rhoads), served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

John Rhodes or as John Roads, served as Pvt. in 5th PA Regt.1

John Rhodes, served out of Georgia, of Washington Co.8 Page 149

Jonas Rhodes, Loyalist, source: King's American Dragoons Thompson's Troop, Roll of Lieutenant Colonel THOMPSON’s Troop, King’s American Dragoons, form’d and Compleated agreeable to an Arrangement Approv'd by His Excellency, Sir Guy CARLETON K.B., 15th June 1782.  http://royalprovincial.com/Military/Musters/kad/mrkadmain.htm

Joseph Rhodes, Misc. Service, card #5835 roll #431

Joseph Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Grayson's Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Joseph Rhodes, served as Capt. in 1st NC Regt.1

Joseph Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 2nd NY Regt.1
 

Joseph Rhodes was age 78, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 Census of NY Pensioners, living at the town of Orleans in  Jefferson Co. NY.

Joseph Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 3rd SC Regt.1

Joseph Rhodes or as John Rhodes,  (also see Rhoads), served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

Joseph Rhodes, served as Sgt. in 8th Regt. of CT Mil.1

Joseph Rhodes, served as Lt. in 8th NC Regt.1

Joseph Rhodes, served in 12th MA Regt.1

Joseph Thomas Rhodes, Captain, 4th NC Regt.1, and in the 10th Continental Line. He was wounded at Stono Ferry, June 20, 1779, (see: North Carolina Continentals, by Hugh F. Rankin, p. 206) .  He was also a General, NC Militia, from the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c1997.

Joseph Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island 1778 as Surgeon, under: Benjamin Arnold, Colonel, Oliver Arnold, Lieutenant-Colonel and Sylvester Rhodes, Major. Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 88.

Josiah Rhodes, of Lynn. Private. SOURCE: [7] History of Lynn, Mass., page 580.

Mark Rhodes or as Mark Roads, served as Sgt. under the Commissary Gen'l in Military Stores Dept.1

Mary Rhodes, age 85, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 RI Census of Pensioners, in Warwick, Kent Co. RI.

Mathias Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 3rd & 4th VA Regt.1

Mathew Rhodes, served out of Georgia, of Clarksville8 page 460

Matthew Rhodes, served as Pvt. in the Indpt. Rangers in NH1

Matthew Rhodes or as Mathew Roads, served as Drummer & Pvt. in 1st NJ Regt.1

Michael Rhodes, Patriot, Dunmore County Virginia, dated 10 Jan. 1775, see: Revolutionary Virginia the Road to Independence, Vol. II,  p. 229, compiled by William J. Van Schreeven and Robert L. Scribner.

Michael Rhodes, served as Pvt. in VA Troops, card #5849 roll #431

Moses Rhodes age 74, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 ME Census of Pensioners, in Waterborough, York Co. ME.

Nathan Rhodes, served as Pvt. in NC Troops, card #5850 roll #431

Nicholas Rhodes, served as Farrier in Lee's Legion of Cont. Troops1

Peter Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island in 1778 as Pvt., under: Benjamin Arnold, Colonel, Oliver Arnold, Lieutenant-Colonel and Sylvester Rhodes, Major. Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 88.

Peleg Rhodes, served in Crary's Regt. of RI State Troops1

Peter Rhodes, served in the Pawtuxet RI Rangers1

Prime Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st RI Regt.1

Prime Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st & 2nd RI Regts. (consolidated)1

Primus Rhodes or as Prime Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st RI Regt.1

Richard Rhodes, served in Hopkins' Regt. of NY Mil.1

Robert Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island as Capt., Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 108.

Richard Rhodes, African American, was born in Africa, brought to this country and sold as a slave at the time of the Revolutionary War as a slave to Nehemiah Rhodes. He served as Pvt. in 1st RI Regt.1, Capt. Dexter's company, Col. Greene's regiment. See: pension of Richard Rhodes, case no. W.22060. His pension on list his wife as Catherine.

Sylvester Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island as 1777, 1778 as Major, Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 87, 88.

Sylvester Rhodes, sevred out of Rhode Island as Pvt. in July 1780 under Capt. Robert Rhodes. Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 109

Richard Rhodes, served out of Georgia, of Oglethorpe County8 Page 368

Sylvester Rhodes, sailing-master of the privateer from R.I. the Chance.  He and the crew of the Chance where taken prisoners in May of 1782 and held onboard the prison ship the Jersey. This gentleman was born at Warwick, R. I., November 21, 1745. He married Mary Aborn, youngest sister of Captain Daniel Aborn, and entered the service of his country, in the early part of the war, sometimes on land, and sometimes as a seaman. He was with Commodore Whipple on his first cruise, and as prize-master carried into Boston the first prize captured by that officer. He also served in a Rhode Island regiment. When the crew of the Jersey was exchanged and he was not among the number, his brother-in-law, Captain Aborn, endeavored to obtain his release, but, as he had been an officer in the army as well as on the privateer, the British refused to release him as a seaman. His father, however, through the influence of some prominent Tories with whom he was connected, finally secured his parole, and Captain Aborn went to New York to bring him home. But it was too late. He had become greatly enfeebled by disease, and died on board the cartel, while on her passage through the Sound, on the 3rd of November, 1782, leaving a widow and five children. Mary Aborn Rhodes lived to be 98, dying in 1852, one of the last survivors of the stirring times of the RevolutionSource:Some Of The Prisoners On Board The Jersey, By Danske Dandridge

Samuel Rhodes, served in MA during Rev, card #5859 roll #431

Samuel Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Lee's Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Samuel Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Poor's Regt. of MA Mil.1

Samuel Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 2nd RI Regt.1

Samuel Rhodes,  served in the VA Continental line, lived in Calloway Co. MO. See: Index to Revolutionary Soldiers in Missouri

Samuel Rhodes, served in 15th MA Regt.1

Silas Rhodes, Misc. Service, card #5865 roll #431

Simeon Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 12th MA Regt.1

Thomas Rhodes, served in MD during Rev., card #5687 roll #431

Thomas Rhodes or as Thomas Roades, served as Pvt. in Hall's DL Regt.1

Thomas Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st VA State Regt.1

Thomas Rhodes or as Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 3rd CT Regt, card #5871 roll #431

Thomas Rhodes or as Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 3rd CT Regt., card #5871 roll #431

Thomas Rhodes or as Joseph T. Rhodes, served as Capt. in 4th NC Regt.1

Timothy Rhodes, served as Sgt. in Poor's Regt. of MA Mil.1

Timothy Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Nichols' Regt. of NH MIl.1

Valentine Rhodes or as Valentine Roads, served in 1st Regt. of Cont. Troops from PA1

See: William Rhoads VA

William Rhodes, served as a Pilot in Misc. Service, card #5876 roll #431

William Rhodes, served as Col. in DL Troops, card #5877 roll #431

William Rhodes, served in Hall's DL Regt.1

William Rhodes, Sergeant, 7th NC Continental Line, from the Book, "Revolutionary War Records of Duplin-Sampson Counties." By Virginia and Oscar Bizzell c1997.

William Rhodes, served as Pvt. in NC Troops, card #5879 roll #431

William Rhodes, served as Cpl. in the VA Battalion. composed of companies of various Regts., see 1st & 10th VA also 2nd VA Regt., 1 Read about William Rhodes and the 2nd Virginia Regiment

William Rhodes, served as Sgt. in 1st SC Regt.1

William Rhodes or as William Roads, served as Pvt. in 1st & 10th VA Regt.1

William Rhodes, served as Pvt. & Cpl. in 2nd VA Regt.1 Read about William Rhodes and the 2nd Virginia Regiment

William Rhodes, served as Pvt. & Cpl. in VA Troops, card # 5884 roll #431

William Rhodes, served as Sgt. in 8th NC Regt.1

William  Rhodes, MD4, #168, 346, 416.

William Rhodes, served as Cpl. in 12th MA Regt.1

William Rhodes, & Mildred Burch, marriage.
Source: Military - Maryland Revolutionary War Records

William Rhodes,  Stoughtonham.Private, Capt. Ebenezer Tisdale's (Stoughto...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution.

William Rhodes,  Worthington.Return of men raised to serve in the...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols .p.138.

William Rhodes,  Private, Lieut. Esek Olney's (Capt. Thomas Olney's) co., ...
Source: Military - Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols.

Captain William Rhodes, (1742-1823), of RI, made his living as a privateer in the South Atlantic, intercepting British ships bound for the West Indies during the Revolutionary War. See: http://onfrozenpond.com/people-burrillville.htm

William Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 14th VA Regt., also see 1st & 10th VA Regt.1

William G. Rhodes, served in Waterman's RI Regt.1

William Rhodes, SC Loyalists 1783 http://sciway3.net/clark/revolutionarywar/loyalists.htm

William Greene Rhodes, served in the Pawtuxet RI Rangers1

William Rhodes, served as Lieutenant in Rhode Island Naval Service. Source: A national register of the society, Sons of the American Revolution, By Sons of the American Revolution page 815:

"Bradford Rhodes, Mamaroneck, N. Y. (12206). Son of William and Mary Maria (Baird) Rhodes; grandson of William and Mary (Eberhardt) Rhodes; great-grandson of William Rhodes, Lieutenant Rhode Island Naval Service".

William Rhodes, served out of Rhode Island, April 1777 "on Military Duty at Pawtuxet for the Defense of our Country," Source: "Revolutionary Defenses in Rhode Island" by Edward Field, Pub. By Providence, RI, Preston and Rounds, 1896, page 86.

Zachariah Rhodes
Source: Military - Maryland Revolutionary War Records

Zachariah Rhodes, age 85, Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 MA Census of Pensioners, in the City of Boston-11th ward, Suffolk CO. MA.

Zebulon Rhodes was born at Sharon, in Norfolk Co., Mass. Feb. 18 1760. He resided at Norfolk Co., Mass., when in June 1776 he enlisted as a Pvt. under Capt. A. Guild, and Col. Whiting. Served later as Drummer, and then a Fifer in Poor's Regt. of MA Mil. Zebulon died Sept. 7 1838. See: Pension of summery of Zebulon Rhodes case no. R. 8731. Pension lists wife Relief Rhodes and their seven Children with their birth dates.

RHODS

Benjamin Rhods,  as Pvt. in 12th MA Regt.1

Bristol Rhods or as Bristol Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st RI Rest.1

John Rhods or as John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in Gerrish's MA Regt.1

John Rhods or as John Rhodes, served as Pvt. & Cpl. in 1st & 2nd RI Regts. (consolidated)1

John Rhods or as John Rhodes, served as Fifer in 2nd VA Regt.1

John Rhods, served as Pvt. in 3rd MA Regt.1

Primus Rhods or as Primus Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st & 2nd RI Regts. (consolidated)1

Richard Rhods or as Richard Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st RI Regt.1

Richard Rhods or as Richard Roads, served as Matross in 2nd Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Samuel Rhods or as Samuel Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 16th MA Regt.1

Thomas Rhods or as Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in McClaughry's Regt. of NY Mil.1

Thomas Rhods or as Thomas Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 3rd CT Regt.1

 

RHODUS

Rhosmantu Rhodus age 53,  Revolutionary War Pensioner, 1840 Census of CT  Pensioners, living with Samuel C. Mervin,  in  Milford, New Haven Co. CT.

 

RHOODES

William Rhoodes or as William Rhodes, served as Cpl. in 12th MA Regt.1


RHOODS

Jacob Rhoods or as Jacob Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 7th VA Regt.1

 

ROAD

Jesse Road, served as Pvt. in Gerrish's MA Regt.1

John Road, served in 2nd Battalion of Philadelphia County PA Troops1

John Road or as John Rhode, served as Pvt. in 2nd PA Regt.1

Simeon Road or as Simeon Rood, served as Pvt. in 2nd CT Regt.1

Valentine Road or as Valentine Roads, served in 1st Regt. of Cont. Troops from PA1

 

ROADE

Jacob Roade or as Jacob Roads, served as Pvt. in 4th NY Regt.1

 

ROADES

George Roades or as George Roads, served as Pvt. in 7th VA Regt.1

Jacob Roades or as Jacob Roads, served as Pvt. in 4th NY Regt.1

Jacob Roades or as Jacob Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 8th VA Regt.1

James Roades, served as Pvt. in 6th VA Regt.1

John Roades or as John Rhodes, served as Lt. & Capt. in Hall's DL Regt.1

John Roades or as John Rhodes, served as Matross in 1st Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

John Roades or as John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

Thomas Roades, served as Pvt. in Hall's DL Regt.1

Thomas Roades or as Thomas Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 1st VA State Regt.1

 

ROADS

Allin Roads or as Allen Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 2nd Battalion. of Somerset NJ Mil.1

Cornelius Roads, served as Pvt. in Levi Pawling's Regt. of NY Mil.1

George  Roads JR., served as Sgt. in VA Troops, card #2645 roll #441

George Roads, served as Pvt. in 7th VA Regt.1

Ira Roads, served as Pvt. in 7th MA Regt.1

Isaac Roads, served as Pvt. in the Guards for the NY Mil.1

Isaac Roads, served as Pvt. in 2nd NC Battalion.1

Jacob Roads, served as Pvt. in 1st Regt. of Light Dragoons in Cont. Troops1

Jacob Roads, served as Pvt. in 4th NY Regt.1

Jacob Roads, served as Pvt in 4th, 8th & 12th VA Regts., also see 8th VA Regt.1

Jacob Roads or as Jacob Rhoads, served as Pvt. in 7th VA Regt.1

Jacob Roads or as Jacob Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 8th VA Regt.1

Jacob Roads, served as Pvt. in 12th VA Regt. also see 8th VA Regt.1

Jeremiah Roads, MD, (see Rhodes)


Jane Roads, Revolutionary War Pensioner,  1840  VA Pensioners Census, living with John H. Roads, in Page Co. VA.

John Roads, served as Pvt. in 12th VA Regt., also see 8th VA Regt.1

John Roads, served as Pvt. in Hasbrouck's Regt. of NY Mil.1

John Roads, served as Pvt. in Hazen's Regt. of Cont. Troops, card #2657 roll #441

John Roads, served as Pvt. in Hazen's Regt. of Cont Troops, card #2658 roll #441

John Roads, served in Van Veghten's Regt. of NY Mil.1

John Roads or as John Rhodes, served as Fifer in 2nd VA Regt.1

John Roads or as John Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

John Roads, served as Pvt. in 5th PA Regt.1

Joseph Roads or as Joseph Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 2nd NY Regt.1

Joseph Roads, served as Pvt. in 5th NY Regt.1

Mark Roads, served as Sgt. under Commissary Gen'l in Military Stores Dept.1

Mathew Roads, served as Drummer & Pvt. in 1st NJ Regt.1

Mathias Roads or as Mathias Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 3rd & 4th VA Regt.1

Noah Roads, served as Pvt. in 3rd NY Regt.1

Richard, served as Matross in 2nd Arty Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Samuel Roads, served as Pvt. in Lee's Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Samuel Roads, served as Pvt. in VA Troops, card #2672 roll #441

Samue Roadsl or as Samuel Rhodes, served in 15th MA Regt.1

Samuel Roads or as Samuel Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 16th MA Regt.1

Simeon Roads or as Simeon Rhodes, served as Pvt. in 12th MA Regt.1

Thos. Roads, MD4, #648

Thomas Roads, served as Pvt. in Gist's Regt. of Cont. Troops1

Thomas Roads or as Thomas Roades, served as Pvt. in Hall's DL Regt.1

Thomas Roads, served as Pvt. in 8th VA Regt.1

Valentine Roads, served in 1st Regt. of Cont. Troops from PA1

William Roads, served as Pvt. in Belding's Regt. of CT Mil.1

William Roads, served in Van Veghten's Regt. of NY Mil.1

William Roads, served as Pvt. & Cpl. in 1st & 10th VA Regt.1

William Roads, served as Cpl. in 4th MD Regt.11

William Roads, served as Pvt. in 10th VA Regt., also see 1st & 10th VA Regt.1

William Roads or as William Rhodes, served as Cpl. in 12th MA Reg.1

RODES

Mark Rodes, source: wife's obituary in the Boston Advertiser 11 Nov. 1854:  "RODES In Philadelphia, 5 inst., Mrs. Catherine Rodes, widow of Mark Rodes, Revolutionary soldier."

1Source: Federal index to Revolutionary War compiled Service Records index.

2Source: pension of Benjamin RHODES & Sobrina W 9251, (born in N.C. Bounty Land Warrant) no.71129 for 160 acres in 1855.

3Source: The Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution

4Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution Volume 18, Page 719.

5Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution Volume 18, Page 720.

6History of the Town of Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts Daniel T. V. HUNTOON
Cambridge, 1893 Pages 616.

7Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution: Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, 1775-1783; John H. Gwathmey.

8Title: Georgia's Roster of the Revolution
Author: Lucian Lamar Knight
Publisher: Heritage Books, 2008
ISBN: 0788420046, 9780788420047

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