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narrative of Col. David Fanning

Fanning, David

narrative of Col. David Fanning

by Fanning, David

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Published by Briarpatch Press, Tradd Street Press in Davidson, N.C, Charleston, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Fanning, David, 1756?-1825.,
    • American loyalists -- North Carolina -- Biography.,
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives -- British.,
    • North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives, British.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNarrative of Colonel David Fanning.
      Statementedited, with an introduction and notes, by Lindley S. Butler.
      ContributionsButler, Lindley S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE278.F2 A36 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination125 p. :
      Number of Pages125
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3062509M
      LC Control Number82158621

      A Passel of Trouble. likes. "A Passel of Trouble" is a fact-based novel of the American Revolutionary War about the life of David Fanning, an extraordinary Loyalist partisan warrior. Narrative of Col. David Fanning, The () North Carolina and the Coming of the Revolution, () North Carolina Experience, The () North Carolina Genesis: Seventeenth-Century Albemarle County () Our Proud Heritage () Papers of David Settle Reid: Volume I, The () Papers of David Settle Reid: Volume II, The ().

      Early life. Elijah Isaacs was likely born near Berryville, Virginia where in he sold the farm inherited from his father Samuel Isaacs, Jr. By September he was in Surry County, North Carolina, and a member of the Surry County Committee of Safety with Benjamin Cleveland and Joseph Winston.. He had a younger brother named Godfrey Isaacs. His wife's name may have been s/wars: Battle of Camden, Battle of Colson's Mill.   The Paperback of the Fanning's Narrative: The Memoirs of Nathaniel Fanning, an Officer of the American Navy by Nathaniel Fanning at Barnes & Fanning's Narrative: The Memoirs of Nathaniel Fanning, an Officer of the American Navy Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you Author: Nathaniel Fanning.

      Wikipedia: David Fanning (loyalist) The Journal of the Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution Vol. 10, No. August “The Memorial Of David Fanning” The narrative of Colonel David Fanning (a Tory in the revolutionary war with Great Britain): giving an account of his adventures in North Carolina, from to Filed under: North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, -- Juvenile fiction Sarah Dillard's Ride: A Story of the Carolinas in , by James Otis, illust. by J. Watson Davis (Gutenberg ebook).


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David and his family remained there. In his later years, David Fanning wrote a book about his experiences during the war.

The following text was taken from that book.!From "The Narrative of Col. David Fanning" by Col. David Fanning, Edited with an introduction and notes by Lindley S. Butler. David Fanning (c. Ma ) was a Loyalist leader in the American Revolutionary War in North and South Carolina.

Fanning participated in approximately 36 minor engagements and skirmishes, and incaptured the Governor of North Carolina, Thomas Burke, from the temporary capital at /5. Get this from a library. The narrative of Col. David Fanning. [David Fanning; Lindley S Butler] -- This edition, based on recently discovered material as well as extensive research in archival sources, allows Fanning, one of the most notorious and successful of the Loyalist partisan leaders in the.

COL. DAVID FANNING'S NARRATIVE OF HIS Exploits and Adventures as a loyalist of North Carolina in the American Revolution, supplying important omissions in the copy published in the United States.

With an Introduction and Notes by A. SAVARY, M. Member of the. The Narrative of Col. David Fanning Hardcover – January 1, by notes) Butler, Lindley S. (ed, intro (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1).

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David Fanning. Col. David Fanning's Narrative of his exploits and adventures as a loyalist of North Carolina in the American revolution: View holdings at the UIUC Library: Creator: Fanning, David. Publisher: Toronto: Reprinted from the Canadian magazine, Date: - LAKESIDE Press Classic- Fanning's Narrative - $ Brand new, in wrap Author by: David Fanning Languange: en Publisher by: Dundurn Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 43 Total Download: File Size: 48,7 Mb Description: Colonel David Fanning, of North Carolina, was one of the most remarkable characters developed by the American own narrative of his sufferings, exploits, marvellous adventures and hairbreadth escapes during the.

Fanning, David. Col. David Fanning's Narrative of his exploits and adventures as a loyalist of North Carolina in the American revolution. Toronto, Reprinted from the Canadian magazine, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Fanning; A W Savary.

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(Alfred William),edPages: Author: A W. Savary, David Fanning ISBN Title: Col. David Fanning's Narrative of his Exploits and Adventures as a Loyalist of Item. After Col. Balfour attacked two of Fanning's captains (Capt.

Walker and Capt. Currie) on March 7th [unnamed incident], the Loyalist commander decided to go after him and to kill every Patriot he could find.

Col. David Fanning raised twenty-five men on the night of March 10th and they rode the "Deep River Raid" against Patriots in Randolph.

Col. David Fanning's Narrative of his exploits and adventures as a loyalist of North Carolina in the American revolution: supplying important omissions in the copy published in the United States. by Fanning, David; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, British Personal narratives; Places: United States, North Carolina; Times: Revolution, () with a section on Fanning for his book.

In the North-Carolina University Magazine printed most of Swain’s 2 Fanning, 97, 98, and elsewhere; in no way was his document a “confessions” or even a mere set of personal recollections. The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning. Col. Dudley, who raised a patriot volunteer company, at Halifax, No.

Car., inwas a native of Caroline County, Va. David Fanning was born in Johnston County, NC and was of the age about the time of the outbreak of the old Revolution.

He wrote his "Narrative" inin Nova Scotia. –14 March David Fanning, loyalist partisan leader in the American Revolution, was born in the settlement of Beech Swamp, Amelia County, Va., the son of David Fanning who drowned in the Deep River in North Carolina before his son was the death of the elder Fanning the family had moved to that part of Johnston County, N.C., that is now Wake County.

The notorious Tory David Fanning mentions Colonel Isaacs in his posthumously published book (), The Narrative of Col. David Fanning. In the fall of Lieutenant-Colonel Elijah Isaacs was sent to present day Randolph and Chatham counties, North Carolina to stop Fanning’s depredations.

And in John Buchanan’s book. Col. David Fanning's Narrative of his exploits and adventures as a loyalist of North Carolina in the American revolution, supplying important omissions in the copy published in the United States [electronic resource] / (Toronto: [s.n.], ), by David Fanning and A.

.NARRATIVE OF COL’O DAVID FANNING, WRITTEN BY HIMSELF, Detailing Astonishing Events in No. Ca., FROM TO TO THE READER. Courteous Reader: Whoever thou art, the Author being only a Farmer bred, and not conversant in learning, thou may’st think that the within Journal is not authentic.

But it may be depended upon on that every.David Fanning and the Tory War of Loyalist sentiment in North Carolina largely moved into the shadows in the aftermath of Moores Creek Bridge. In the summer of a second uprising was crushed at Ramsour’s Mill in present-day Lincolnton.