Revolutionary War Soldiers of Hamilton County

Hamilton County had no native soldiers of the Revolutionary War, as it took place some years before the county was settled. Many soldiers, however, settled in the county. Goodspeed says that many of the early traders among the Cherokee Indians were heroes of the Revolution. This list is compiled from men who applied for or drew a Revolutionary War Pension. Sequatchie County was a part of Hamilton County until 1857, Revolutionary soldiers who lived and died in Hamilton County but are buried in Sequatchie County are included in this list.

The following list was taken from Pension Roll Applications of Hamilton County

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Alexander, William
Beck, David
Campbell, Joseph - Private; Virginia
Crawford, John - Service in South Carolina
Cozby, James
Davis, James - Service in North Carolina                                 
Goens, David - Service in Virginia
Gann, Thomas - Private; North Carolina Militia
Gregory, George
Hardin, Capt. John
Hawkins, Samuel - Private; Massachusetts
Henson, Daniel - Service in Virginia
Hernden, Reuben
Jones, Benjamin
Martin, Robert (Marion County)
Massengale, Andrew I.
Meaderis, John
Miller, Samuel
Palmer, Thomas
Patterson, Robert
Reed, William Porter
Rogers, William - Service in Virginia
Roberts, William - Service in North Carolina
Thomas, John
Tyner, Demsey - Service in South Carolina