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The biography Elisha Rhodes b. abt. 1753 in Bertie Co., NC.

The biography Elisha Rhodes came from Craig Rhodes’ publication: Rhodes Crossroads Newsletter, SPRING ISSUE NUMBER 52, ISSN 1094-17112007. The Rhodes Crossroads Newsletter, is a newsletter for Rhodes genealogy researchers. The subscription to the Rhodes Crossroads Newsletter is $12 per year, published quarterly, or $4 per issue. To subscribe to the Rhodes Crossroads Newsletter, download the .pdf order form here: CROSSROADS_order_form.pdfElisha Rhodes was born about 1753 in Bertie Co., NC. He was the son of Thomas Rhodes and Elizabeth Standley. The family originated from Virginia and previous to that England. Elisha served as a Captain In the County Militia in the Revolution. The biography mentions six generations of the family.
Here is the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/elisha_rhodes.php

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Rhodes’ (all spellings), that served in the American Revolutionary War

Here is the link: http://rhodesfamily.org/rev_war.php
If you have a "Rhodes" ancestor that served in the Revolution (Patriot
or Loyalist), that is not listed on the web page, or have additional
information on one that is, email me. You can find my email address on
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Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution

From: Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April 1775, to December, 1783,By Francis Bernard Heitman
Published by Rare Book Shop Publishing Company, 1914, page 464:
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Charles Rhodes, (R. I.). Ensign 9th Continental Infantry, 1st January,1776, to __.
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John Rhodes, (Del). 1st Lieutenant Delaware Battalion of the Flying Camp, July to December, 1776; 1st Lieutenant Delaware Regiment, 4th December, 1776; wounded 12th May,1777, where not stated; Captain Lieutenant, 1st March, 1779; Captain, 27th April, 1780; taken prisoner at Camden 16th August, 1780, and died 26th October, 1780.
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Joseph Rhodes, (N. C.). Lieutenant 8th North Carolina, 28th November, 1776; Captain, 5th August, 1777; retired 1st June, 1778.
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Joseph Rhodes, (R. I.). Surgeon’s Mate to Brigade of Rhode Island State troops in 1776.
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Joseph Thomas Rhodes, (N. C.).? Captain 10th North Carolina, 1st August, 1777; transferred to 4th North Carolina, 1st June, 1778; wounded at Stono Ferry, 20th June, 1779; served to close of war; Brevet Major, 30th September, 1783.
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William Rhodes, (Del). Lieutenant- Colonel Delaware Militia, 1775.