All the Kings Horses – color

1880 Centennial Battle of Kings Mountain monument
Thomas Bicknell in bronze if we wanted his personal plaque at Kings Mountain.
Biggerstaff Hanging Tree highway marker US64 Rutherford County NC, Cane Creek, north of Westminister abt two miles, N 35.50638 W 81.85647
William Chronicle leader of South Fork Boys, highway marker, Belmont NC.
William Edmondson cabin moved from the Holston River and reconstructed at Emory VA. Now a wonderful B&B.
Samuel Espey wounded at Battle of Kings Mountain. Burial at Long Creek Cemetery, Bessemer City NC.
Preston Goforth burial, US74 west of Kings Mountain NC, N 35.23822 W 81.37484
Israel Hayter burial, Hayters Gap VA N 36.83309 W 81.93033
Hayter Cemetery Hayters Gap VA N 36.83309 W 81.93033
James Laird unmarked grave beside Thomas McCulloch at Brittain Presbyterian Cemetery, N 35.45872 W 81.88599 Westminister NC.
James Martin Lewis one of three wounded Lewis brothers, burial, Columbia TN
Joel Lewis one of three wounded Lewis brothers, burial, Vultee TN, reinterred in Nashville City Cemetery when Middle Tennessee Mental Hospital was constructed.
Arthur Patterson cabin before move and reconstruction behind old post office in Kings Mountain NC. Was on Kings Creek north of the battle. N 35.17005 W 81.38582
Old Shiloh Cemetery Frederick Hambright among several patriots of the revolution. Grover NC/SC N 35.16724 W 81.42668
Henry Wakefield burial at Gibbs Crossroads, Macon County TN
James Williams reinterred from Broad River north side above Buffalo Creek to Gaffney SC

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Red- killed
Purple- mortally wounded Kentucky blue- wounded
Brown- with an error

Name not on the plaque:

Gray-Mortally wounded
Carolina Blue-Wounded
Dirty orange-Needs work on the bio
John Allison William Anderson
Robert Baker Sergeant of Virginia militia wounded
Benoni Banning Jacob Barnett
David Beattie John Beattie
Captain Bell Obadiah Martin Benge William Lewis Benge
Ezekiel Berry Ezekiel Berry neighborhood map click, zoom and drag

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