American Continental Infantry at Hobkirk Hill (April 25, 1781)

Here is the return for the American Continental Infantry at Hobkirk Hill (April 25, 1781). It does not include Read’s North Carolina State Regiment, which had about 279 men divided into two infantry battalions commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Guilford Dudley and Lieutenant Colonel Webb.

Americans Hobkirk Hill 1781

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2 Responses to American Continental Infantry at Hobkirk Hill (April 25, 1781)

    • jdglasco says:

      I have updated the information on Read’s regiment. By the time of Hobkirk Hill, it was entirely infantry as the horses had been sent home as Greene had a hard time finding forage for all of the horses in his army.

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