Person:William McMorries (3)

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William McMorries
b.Abt 1759 Northern Ireland
m. Abt 1757
  1. Mary Curry McMorriesAbt 1756 - 1828
  2. William McMorriesAbt 1759 - Abt 1827
  3. Ann Nancy McMorries1760 - 1822
  4. Jane McMorriesAbt 1763 -
  5. James B. McMorries1765 - 1846
  6. Joseph B. McMorriesAbt 1768 -
  7. John B. McMorries1769 - 1823
  8. Alexander McMorriesAbt 1771 - 1841
  9. Charles B. McMorriesAbt 1787 -
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Name William McMorries
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1759 Northern Ireland
Other[1] 4 Sep 1767 Londonderry, Northern IrelandDeparture
Immigration[2] 27 Dec 1767 Charleston, South Carolina
Other[3][5] Bet 1780 and 1782 Military Service
Other[4][6] 16 Jul 1795 Elected
Death? Abt 1827 Fairfield County, South Carolina

The "Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution" contains this comment about William:

"He served six hundred ten days on foot and on horseback in the militia during 1780, 1781, and 1782 under Capts. John and Andrew Gray and Col. Winn. He lost a horse in service near Charolette."

References
  1. Advertisement for passage aboard the Admiral Hawke. (The Belfast Newsletter).
  2. Janie Revill. Compilation of the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants to South Carolina 1763 - 1773. (1968).
  3. Bobby Gilmer Moss. Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution. (1983).
  4. Brent H. Holcomb, C.A.L.S. Fairfield County, South Carolina Minutes of the County Court 1785 - 1799.
  5. Served Six Hundred Ten Days On Foot And On Horseback In The Milita Under Capts. John And Andrew Gray And Col. Winn. He Lost A Horse In Service Near Charolette
  6. Sheriff Of Fairfield County, South Carolina (4 Year Term)