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Reese+Witherspoon+Premiere+Columbia+Pictures+SK_rBCU2A-xlThe Rosamond and Witherspoon families lived in North and South Carolina. I love these names! Some of these names belong to blacks who took the name of their master.

This woman is named after the Queen of all the Franks.

Chlotilda Theolia Rosamond 1872

Dottie Witherspoon and I lived in a Victorian in Alameda. One day she wanted a dog. We looked in the paper and found a Blue Tick puppy born on the Fourth of July. We named him Benjamin after another Signer of the Constitution. My lover was kindred to Signer, John Witherspoon.

After Dottie left me, and took our dog, she moved to a Jesus-freak ranch. I got a letter bidding me to join her there – and get with Jesus and God! How about being re-united with my dog?

I wish I had married Dottie and had a big family of radical patriots. We were the New Wave! Our ideas were at the heart of the Cultural Warfare that has brought our Congress to a dead halt. It’s a custody battle. Who owns the Heart of America?

My daughter once aspired to be a Country Western Singer. I offered her and her mother a cabin in the woods. They didn’t get it, that I was the Real McCoy.

Above is a photo of me up a tree in Boston with Dottie’s cat we had to leave behind. That’s me and my Ford van in front of our Victorian. I’m wearing a tuxedo jacket with blue jeans. I wish I had Benjamin with me.

I watched the Revolutionary War on the History channel last night. We are direct descendants of Southern Fighting Men who kicked British butt. Then came the Beatles and Rolling Stones.

God! Guts! A good hound dog – and a shit load of beer! My daughter, who once aspired to be an actress, missed the boat.

Jon

Mamie Pearl Witherspoon, b. 19 Apr 1899

According to an article in J.P. Coleman’s “Choctaw County Chronicles” under New Zion Baptist Church, organized December 1842, Benjamin ws one of the first two deacons. Also among the organizers was a Rosander Rosamond (don’t know who he/she is).

By 1850 Benjamin had sold his South Carolina property whoich was located somewhere near the Mulberry Creek/Saluda River area. He divided the profit with his sons and was living near his brother Samuel in Atalla County, Mississippi. In the same time period his other brother Thomas and all his sons except Thomas and Joseph were also in Mississippi. In 1850 Benjamin was listed in the Mississippi census as owning 9 slaves and being married to Jane. Census Ed. 126, 495/495.

Lela May Witherspoon, b. 08 Sep 1882, 22 Jul 1890

 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Rosa Jane Witherspoon,

Fabius Bartimeus Witherspoon,

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http://history.loftinnc.com/Witherspoon_John_1724.htm

Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reese_Witherspoon

http://sparedandshared.wordpress.com/letters/1843-1848-jane-witherspoon-dunlap-to-george-mccottry-witherspoon/

During the 1960s, members of the hippie counterculture sought a simple life; many were drawn to areas away from large cities and getting back to the land. “Lighthouse Ranch” was an abandoned Coast Guard station, 11 miles south of Eureka, California, situated on the hippie trail that then extended along the west coast of California.[4] The ranch was acquired by real estate agent and pastor, Jim Durkin who purchased 8 acres (32,000 m2) of the surplus Coast Guard property from Norman Kenneth Smith, an evangelical minister, in 1970.[5] Renamed “Lighthouse Ranch,” it became a stop over for young adults seeking spiritual direction.[6][7] Young travelers visited, some stayed, building alternative dwellings such as geodesic domes out of wood, and working the land. Building plans were published in the Whole Earth Catalog as part of the Back-to-the-land movement.[8]

http://www.northcoastjournal.com/humboldt/northern-california-jesus-movement/Content?oid=2129906

6 Emanuel Alexander Witherspoon, b. 11 Sep 1859, d. 29 Nov 1935

 + Millie “Milles” Baker
 
 
 
7 Oscar Harlan Witherspoon, b. 11 Jun 1888
 + Annie Danner
 7 Henry Alexander Witherspoon, b. 22 Nov 1889, d. 03 Oct 1971
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
+ Irene May Ballard
 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Flossie Mae Witherspoon, b. 03 Mar 1892, d. 1959
 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Georgia Ann Witherspoon, b. 04 May 1895, d. 16 Apr 1953
 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Mary Alice Witherspoon, b. 1900
 
+ Frank Houser
 
6 Leander Denford Lutz Witherspoon, b. 11 Nov 1861, d. 26 Nov 1941+ Lydia Hawn
 
 7 Sarah Essie Witherspoon, b. 30 Oct 1888
 + John Henry Hewi7 Ivey Aderholt Witherspoon, b. 07 Oct 1890
 
 
 
 
+ Esther Hewitt7 Herbert Eugene Witherspoon, b. 07 Nov 1892
+ Polly Neta Hewitt
 
7 Annie Gertrude Witherspoon, b. 08 Jan 1895
 
+ John Troutman7 Clarence B. Witherspoon, b. 20 Apr 1897
 +Bertie Lee Munday
 
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+ Lawrence M. Grey
 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Fred Witherspoon, b. 05 Apr 1901, d. 05 Apr 1901
 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Marvin Howie Witherspoon, b. 23 Sep 1902, d. 28 Feb 1975
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
+ Mamie Pauline Holler
 
 
 
 
 
 
7 Loy Hawn Witherspoon, b. 19 Nov 1904, d. 1935
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
+ Catherine Wilson

Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Name: Captain Samuel Rosamond
Birth: year – location
Death: dd mm 1814 – Anderson, South Carolina

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970

Name: Richard Rosamond
Birth: date – South Carolina
Death: dd mm 1856 – South Carolina

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
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Name: Thos Stribling Rosamond
Birth: date – South Carolina
Death: dd mm 1908 – location

“Gen. Hodges’ grandfather, of Culpepper, and his grandmother, of Richmond, Va.,
were married and emigrated to this country prior to the Revolution and settled
near where the town of Hodges now stands. They were the first settlers of that
vicinity, where they bought a tract of land, a portion of the English grant to
Salvador, the Jew, which had been sold to Rapley, an Englishman, and comprised
perhaps one-fourth of the land in Abbeville county, and was for a great many
years known as “The Jew’s Land.”
Thomas Stribling Rosamond
Found 10 Records, 2 Photos and 17,381 Family Trees
Born in South Carolina, USA on 1 Jan 1823 to Richard Rosamond and Mary Stribling. Thomas Stribling married Nancy Woodard Dean and had 8 children. He passed away on 6 Mar 1908 in Attala, Mississippi, USA.
Family Members
Parents
Richard Rosamond1795-1856
Mary Stribling1799-1855
Spouse(s)
Children
Nancy Woodard Dean1837-1908
Cornelius Joseph Rosamond1863-Unknown
Henrietta Rosamond1859-Unknown
Charles Richard Rosamond1860-1898
Thomas Jefferson Rosamond1863-1863
Mary Theresa Rosamond1868-Unknown
Felix Ewora Rosamond1870-1885
Chlotilda Theolia Rosamond1872-Unknown
John Stribling Rosamond1873-Unknown

Saint Clotilde (475–545), also known as Clothilde, Clotilda, Clotild, Rotilde or Chroctechildis, was the second wife of the Frankish king Clovis I, and a princess of the kingdom of Burgundy. Venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church, she was instrumental to her husband’s famous conversion to Christianity and, in her later years, was known for her almsgiving and penitential works of mercy.

Clotilde was born at the Burgundian court of Lyon, the daughter of King Chilperic II of Burgundy. Upon the death of Chilperic’s father King Gondioc in 473, he and his brothers Gundobad and Godegisel had divided their inheritance; Chilperic II apparently reigning at Lyon, Gundobald at Vienne and Godegesil at Geneva.
According to Gregory of Tours (538–594), Chilperic II was slain by his brother Gundobad in 493, and his wife drowned with a stone hung around her neck, while of his two daughters, Chrona took the veil and Clotilde was exiled – it is, however, assumed that this tale is apocryphal.[1] At the time of her exile she was put forward as a potential bride for the Merovingian Clovis, King of the Franks, who had just conquered northern Gaul. They were married in the same year.
The marriage produced the following children:
Ingomer, died young
Chlodomer (495–524), King of the Franks at Orléans from 511
Childebert I (496–558), King of the Franks at Paris from 511
Chlothar I (497–561), King of the Franks at Soissons from 511, King of all Franks

Herbert Perry Rosamond
August 17, 1928 – July 25, 2009

Greenville, South Carolina | Age 80
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Dietra Ann Roberts Rosamond
August 13, 1946 – July 12, 2009

Simpsonville, South Carolina | Age 62

Patricia Ruby Rosamond
January 7, 1949 – May 30, 2009

Woodruff, South Carolina | Age 60

Edith Southern Rosamond
April 6, 1913 – August 4, 2007

Greenville, South Carolina | Age 94

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Pauline D. Rosamond
January 6, 1935 – May 17, 2007

Greenville, South Carolina | Age 72

Pauline D. Rosamond
May 17, 2007

Greenville, South Carolina | Age 72

Ruth C. Rosamond
September 14, 1902 – August 1, 1994

Greenville, South Carolina | Age 91

Alvin Rosamond
June 20, 1942 – May 1984

Simpsonville, South Carolina

Wyomia Rosamond
November 24, 1921 – May 1982

Greenville, South Carolina

the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
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Name: Richard Rosamond
Birth: date – South Carolina
Death: dd mm 1856 – South Carolina

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
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Name: Thos Stribling Rosamond
Birth: date – South Carolina
Death: dd mm 1908 – location

Georgia, Deaths Index, 1914-1927
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Name: Mattie Rosamond Allen
[Mattie Rosamond Rosamond]
Spouse: Joseph Allen
Father: William Rosamond
Birth: date – location
Death: dd mm 1923 – city, Fulton

North Carolina, Death Certificates, 1909-1975
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Name: S J Rosamond
Father: Wm M Rosamond
Birth: date – South Carolina, United States
Death: dd mm 1917 – city, Transylvania

U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection
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Name: Tyler Rosamond
Parents: Jason Rosamond
Other: Jamie Rosamond of Lexington, SC, Sister, Bailey Nicole Eldrith of Bruce, Sister, Gemma Elizabeth Rosamond of Greenwood, Step Sister, Madison Carpenter of Greenwood, Step Sister, Tiffany Compton of Houston, MS, Step Brother, Anthony Compton of Tunica, Maternal Grandmother, Wanda Whatley of Seale, AL, Maternal Grandfather, Donald Thrower of Seale, AL
Birth: date – city, South Carolina, USA
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U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963
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Name: Thomas R Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1946

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Maude Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1973 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Ruth C. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1994 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: James Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1960
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: H. L. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2001 – city, Fulton, Georgia, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Inez C. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1990
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Edith S. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2007 – city, Fulton, Georgia, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: James Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1961
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Fred Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1976 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: Railroad Board (Issued Through)

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Mary Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1980 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Leah R. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1998 – city, Calhoun, Alabama, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Robert Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1992
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Wyomia Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1982 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: North Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Alvin Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1979
Civil: South Carolina
Other: city, Greenville, South Carolina, United States of America

Name: Herbert Perry Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2009 – city, Greenville, South Carolina
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Reuben W. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2002 – city, Suffolk City, Virginia, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Jerry Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1976
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Pauline D. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2007 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: Missouri

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Alvin Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1984 – city, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Denver W. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2011 – city, York, South Carolina
Civil: Missouri

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Betty C. Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2009 – city, Richmond, Georgia
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: James Perry Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2008 – city, Columbia, Georgia
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Dietra Ann Roberts Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2009 – city, Greenville, South Carolina
Civil: South Carolina

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
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Name: Patricia Ruby Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 2009 – city, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Civil: South Carolina

United States Obituary Collection
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Name: Dietra Rosamond
Spouse: Alvin C. Rosamond
Other: Shannon VanMeter and husband Mick, and Tisha Rosamond
Jane Collins; Terry Rosamond and wife Deborah
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Name: Patricia “Pat” Ruby Rosamond
Spouse: Randall Mace
Parents: Ruby M. Rosamond and
Other: Alvin C. Rosamond and Tony M. Rosamond; Dietra Rosamond; Terry E. Rosamond and his wife Deborah S
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Name: Patricia Rosamond
Death: dd mm 2009
Publication: date – city, SC, USA

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: Ida Rosamond
Birth: year
Death: dd mm 1941 – Greenville, South Carolina

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: Frank Rosamond
Birth: year
Death: dd mm 1923 – Pickens, South Carolina

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: Addie Rosamond
Birth: year
Death: dd mm 1949 – Anderson, South Carolina

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: Addie Rosamond
Birth: year
Death: dd mm 1949 – Anderson, South Carolina

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: Fannie B Rosamond
Birth: year
Death: dd mm 1924 – Greenville, South Carolina

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: MD James O Rosamond
Birth: year
Death: dd mm 1938 – Anderson, South Carolina

South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1955
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Name: Mr James Perry Rosamond
Birth: date
Death: dd mm 1953 – Greenville

Francis Salvador (1747 – August 1, 1776) was the first American Jew to be killed in the American Revolution, fighting on the South Carolina frontier.[1] Salvador was born in London, where his great-grandfather, Joseph Salvador, was a prominent businessman, and leader of the local Ladino-speaking Sephardic Jewish community.

Contents
[hide] 1 Emigration to America
2 Representative to Congress
3 Fighting in the American Revolution
4 See also
5 References
6 Sources

Emigration to America[edit]

Francis Salvador, along with the DaCosta family of London, hoped to settle poor Jews and their own family members in the New World. They sent 42 Jews to Savannah with the original settlers in 1733. When Spain attacked Georgia in 1740, most of the Jewish families fled to Charleston, fearing the Spanish Inquisition. Jews from London began arriving in Charleston in the 1730s, and were later joined by Jews from Germany, the Netherlands and the West Indies. Francis Salvador was the only Jew to settle on the frontier. The Salvador and DaCosta families in London bought 200,000 acres (810 km2) in the new district of Ninety-Six (known as “Jews Land”), and began to populate it.[2] The Salvador family was financially ruined by the Lisbon earthquake of 1755 and subsequent failure of the East India Company, retaining their land in South Carolina and little other wealth.[3] Francis Salvador bought 7,000 acres (28 km2), and moved there in 1773, intending to send for his wife, Sarah, and their children as soon as he was able.

The history of the Jews in the United States (United States of America), has been part of the American national fabric since colonial times.

Until the 1830s the Jewish community of Charleston, South Carolina was the most numerous in North America. With the large scale immigration of Jews from diaspora communities in Germany in the 19th century, they established themselves in many small towns and cities. A much larger immigration of Eastern Ashkenazi Jews, 1880–1914, brought a large, poor, traditional element to New York City. Refugees arrived from diaspora communities in Europe after World War II, and many arrived from the Soviet Union after 1970.

In the 1940s Jews comprised 3.7% of the national population. Today the population is about 5 million—under 2% of the national total—and shrinking because of small family sizes and intermarriage. The largest population centers are the metropolitan areas of New York (2.1 million in 2000), Los Angeles (668,000), Miami (331,000), Philadelphia (285,000), Chicago (265,000) and Boston (254,000).[1] Francis Salvador was an observant-Jew.

Representative to Congress[edit]

After arriving in Charleston in December 1773, Salvador at once entered into the American cause, and became close friends with the leaders of the Revolution in the South, including Pinckney, Rutledge, Drayton, Laurens, and Hammond.[4] Salvador was elected to South Carolina’s General Assembly within a year of arriving, the first Jew to hold that office in any of the English colonies in North America.[1] He was just 27, and would hold the post until his death.[3]

Although Jews legally could neither hold office nor vote, no one objected when Salvador was elected, along with his friend and fellow planter Richard Rapley, as the two frontier representatives from Ninety-Six to the provincial congress. He was chosen for important committee assignments: drawing up the declaration of the purpose of the congress to the people; obtaining ammunition; assessing the safety of the frontier, and working on the state constitution.[5]

In 1774, Salvador was chosen to be a delegate to the revolutionary Provincial Congress of the colony, which first met in Charleston in January 1775. The group framed a bill of rights and composed an address to South Carolina’s royal governor setting forth the colonists’ complaints against the Crown. Salvador was appointed to a commission that tried to convince the Tories in the northern and western parts of the colony to join the American cause.

The second Provincial Congress assembled in November 1775. Salvador was one of the champions for Independence. He urged his fellow delegates to instruct the colony’s delegation to the Continental Congress to cast their vote for independence. Salvador chaired the ways and means committee of this second Congress, at the same time serving on a select committee authorized to issue bills of credit as payment to members of the militia. He was also made part of a commission established to preserve the peace in the interior parts of South Carolina.[1]

Fighting in the American Revolution[edit]

Early in 1776 the British had induced the Indians to attack the South Carolina frontier to create a diversion in favor of British operations on the sea-coast; and on July 1, 1776, the Indians began attacking frontier families. Salvador mounted his horse and galloped to Major Williamson, 28 miles (45 km) away, and gave the alarm. Salvador took part in the engagements that followed. On July 31, Major Andrew Williamson captured two white loyalists, who led his 330 men into an ambush prepared by their fellow Tories and Seneca Indians on the Keowee River.[6] Salvador was shot. Falling among the bushes, he was discovered by the Indians and scalped. He died from his wounds, age 29.

Concerning his death, Colonel William Thomson wrote to William Henry Drayton, in a letter dated “Camp, two miles below Keowee, August 4th, 1775”, as follows: “Here, Mr. Salvador received three wounds; and, fell by my side. . . . I desired [Lieutenant Farar], to take care of Mr. Salvador; but, before he could find him in the dark, the enemy unfortunately got his scalp: which, was the only one taken. . . . He died, about half after two o’clock in the morning: forty-five minutes after he received the wounds, sensible to the last. When I came up to him, after dislodging the enemy, and speaking to him, he asked, whether I had beat the enemy? I told him yes. He said he was glad of it, and shook me by the hand – and bade me farewell – and said, he would die in a few minutes.”[7]

A patriot journal, The Rememerance, wrote: “he was universally loved and esteemed.”[4][8]

Salvador probably never learned that the delegation in Philadelphia had heeded his advice and voted for independence.

In 1950, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Charleston’s Jewish congregation, the City of Charleston erected a memorial to Francis Salvador, the first Jew to die for the American Revolution.

Born an aristocrat, he became a democrat;
An Englishman, he cast his lot with the Americans;
True to his ancient faith, he gave his life;
For new hopes of human liberty and understanding

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