The American Revolution in North Carolina

Capt. James Cook*

Known Regiment(s) Associated With:

Known Year(s) as a Captain:

Salisbury District Minutemen
1st Salisbury District Minutemen

1775
1775-1776

Known Lieutenants:

Known Ensigns:

Known Sergeants:

Known Corporals:

Adam Hampton
John Walker, Jr.

Adam McFadden
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None Known

None Known

Known Privates, Drummers, Fifers, etc.:

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None Known

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Date(s):

Known Battles / Skirmishes:

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* Note - there are three possible men who are most likely the same man. Since records come from such different sources, it is difficult to ascertain if these three men are the same, but this Author is of the opinion that they are. I just cannot prove it without a shadow of a doubt. Therefore...

This man is known to have been a captain in the Salisbury District Minutemen under Col. Thomas Wade, then under Col. Griffith Rutherford in the 1st Salisbury District Minutemen. His home county was not identified.

One Capt. James Cook is known from Continental Line records, and his home county was not identified.

There is a Capt. James Cook identified in Tryon County under Col. William Graham in 1775, then in Rutherford County in 1779 under Col. Andrew Hampton.



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