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O. 13/128 ; South Carolina Hist, and Gen. Mag. , Vol. XVIII, pp. 44-51) .
Colonel Ambrose Mills Born in England in 1722, Ambrose Mills was taken in child- hood to Maryland. There he married Mourning Stone, a spinster, and settled on James river in Virginia, afterwards removing to the frontiers of South Carolina, where his wife was killed by Indians in the Indian risings of 1755-61. Ambrose Mills married (II), Anne Brown, a sister of Leah Fletchall, wife of Colonel Thomas Fletchall (see page 71)
.... In or about 1765 he settled on Green river. North Carolina. The issue of his first marriage was a son, William, born 10 November, 1746, and by his second marriage, three sons and three daughters.
The military services of Ambrose Mills during the Revolution- ary war include actions against the Cherokee Indians in 1776, in ignorance of the alleged alliance between the Cherokees and the British, an ignorance which was shared with the loyalists. Colonel John Phillips (see p. 65) and Alexander Chesney.


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