There is a great resource for Amer Rev. pensiions called "Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Applications & Rosters."It can be located by Google or go tohttp://www.southerncampaign.org/pen/http://www.southerncampaign.org/pen/.I spent several hours browsing through some 9734 pension applications and 58 rosters. Included are a couple I had found by other means, but this is such a handy reference.One is #s16972, Mordecai Millar. who tells an interesting story of several battles including an enlistment under Captain John Norwood where Tories and Indians killed and took prisoner 22 of their men whose names included George Stringer, Jared Liddle, ___Crawford, James Liddle, Barnett Coyel, Hezekiah Posey and my ancestor, ROBERT ADAIR.What is especially interesting is that they were all kin and he gave their relationship.From that I was able to construct a family tree that shows my ancestor, ELIZABETH POSEY ADAIR [Robert Sidney Adair's wife] is Hezehiah Posey's sister. From other sources I have determined that Robert Adair was killed between July and September 1783, but most sources do not give any battles at this time.However, Jeremiah Files [#s13025] describes service in "the company of Captain William Baskin under General Pickens in the Regiment of Colonel Robert Anderson of the South Carolina Militia near the last of September, in the year 1783 - and marched against the Cherokee Indians and Destroyed their Towns at the big Savannah and Hightower and one town called Van's Village on Long Swamp Creek & Pine Log Town & thence returned home......" This was just about when the Treaty of Paris was signed and the Tories/Indians were getting in their last licks. Well actually the Indians carried it on for several years but their sponsors, the Tories were gone.. Hezekiah Posey also submitted a pension request [#14192] which makes very good reading...Those folks were plenty tough.