William R Davie

  • American


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Significant name William R Davie House Halifax
Significant name Waxhaw Presbyterian Church Cemetery Lancaster
1780/07/30 Major William Richardson Davie, with 40 dragoons and 40 mounted riflemen, attacks a garrisoned house near the British stronghold at Hanging Rock. He took about 60 horses and 100 stand of arms. Patriot Major Battle of Hanging Rock Historic Site Heath Springs Battle of Hanging Rock
1780/08/06 About 600 Patriot militia of the Carolinas led by Col Thomas Sumter destroy a British camp, killing and wounding over 200 British Regulars. The patriots had they not started looting the stores of the British Camp that included their stores of rum. Patriot Commander Battle of Hanging Rock Historic Site Heath Springs Battle of Hanging Rock
1793/10/12 Cornerstone of Old East is laid Founder Old East, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
1820/11/29 William R Davie dies at his Tivoli estate in 1820. Lansford is the site of "Tivoli," the last home of Governor Davies. Died Landsford Canal Landsford Canal State Park
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