My information is similar...but different...hope this helps but naming patterns suggest many Charity Dysarts
John Bertrand Dysart b.25 Dec 1749 m. Mary Martha Patton 04 Apr 1773 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Then m. Martha Woods 05 Apr 1800. He had 9 children by his first wife and 4 by his second wife. Among his children by his first wife are: Robert Dysart b. 9 Jan 1775 in Burke County, North Carolina and Charity Dysart b. 22 Jun 1778 in Burke County, North Carolina.
This Robert Dysart m. Susanna Denny and they had 10 children including Mordeciah D. Dysart. Robert died 11 Jul 1835 in Marshall County, Tennessee. I don't know who Mordeciah married.
This Charity Dysart m. John Woods and she died 14 Nov 1814 in Bedford County, Tennessee after bearing 9 children.
Also Cornelius Dysart m. Charity Jack about 1770.
You may obtain from the MARSHALL CO HISTORICAL QUARTELY, LEWISBURG, TN 37091 VOL.IV WINTER 1973-74 NO. IV a list of his (John Bertrand Dysart's) children and who they married. this is on page 134. The info is from Newspaper clippings in the Dysart Reunion Register 1911 and 1912. The Dysarts were some of the first settlers around Bedford/Marshall Co. Tn.
Bobby Gilmer Moss, The Patriots of Kings Mountain
Edith Rucker Whitley, Rosters and Soldiers, the Tennessee Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Zella Armstrong, Some Tennessee Heroes of the Revolution,
James Dysart (of N.C.) was my (Woods) gggggrandfather.His wife was Margaret Young Stewart. I am descended from their son John Bertrand Dysart who married 1st Mary Martha Patton and 2nd Martha Woods.I have John Bertrand's Revolutionary War papers which state that his father, James, and his brother, William, were killed in the war.I also have the papers of Capt. Robert Patton, husband of his sister Elizabeth,which make the same statement. Elizabeth states that she heard the shots from that battle which was less than 12 miles from their home.I then descend from their son, William M., married to Mary Ann Adams, and their daughter, Martha Matilda, married to Richard C. Mallard.They are the parents of my grandmother, Cora Belle, married to Marion Leslie Taylor, parents of my mother, Myrtle Mae. She married Francis Samuel Woods, my parents. (From posting by Woods)
John Dysart was a private in Captain William Moore's Company which guarded the frontier, until October 1776.He volunteered on 1 July 1776.He served six months in 1777 in Captain Robert Patton's company.He also served as sergeant in Captain Samuel Wood's company and marched with Colonel McDowell to the banks of the Yadkin River in 1781.He fought in the Battle of King's Mountain and at Cane Creek.
At the time of his enlistment he lived on Muddy Creek, Burke County, North Carolina.
Reep-Baker-Dysart-Patton-Anderson Family History by George Stanley Baker, Sr. You might find it in your library. It has quite a bit about the Pattons of NC.
Capt. Robert Patton, Sr. fought at Moncks Corner, King's Mountain, Ramseur's Mill, the defense of Charleston and was an Indian Spy undr a Captain Morrison.
Capt. Robert Patton born 3 Nov 1747 in PA. His parents came to America fron Essex County England in 1724 and settled in PA. They originated in Scotland. Robert came to Mecklenburg County NC as a young man. He later moved to the South Muddy Creek of Burke County. At the end of the Revolutionary War 1782 or 1783, he married Elizabeth Dysart, daughter of James Dysart of Dysartsville, NC.
NOTE: There were two James Dysarts at the battle of King's Mountain. One from Dysartville and Captain James Dysart from Abingdon, VA. Captain Dysart was wounded in the left hand and recieved the $120 pension and recieved land in Rockcastle County Kentucky for his war service. (He was placed on the Rockcastle County, Kentucky pension roles from 18 December 1806 at $120.00 per annum and his papers were burned in the War Office fire of 1814.(from abstract of Revolutionary War pension files)
The other James Dysart was a cousin.
a book "Copeland, Bostick, Patton, and Allied Families by Virginia Copeland Jantz with info on the Patton and WIlson's that you are interested in. Part III of this book deals with the Patton Family and on pg228&229 are listed the children of Robert & Charity Patton. "v. James Patton was born about 1756, probably in North Carolina." "vii. Cynthia Patton may have been a daughter, probably born in North Carolina. Jason Wilson, who lived in Burke COunty, North Carolina, as well as in Elbert County, Georgia, and eventually in Williamson County, Tennessee, had a daughter named Cynthia Mary Wilson. Jason Wilson and James Patton, son of Robert and Charity, were very closely associated with each other, and Margaret Wilson,who married James Patton, was the sister of Jason Wilson. It seems likely, therefore, that Robert and Charity Patton had a daughter named Cynthia Patton who married Jason Wilson, probably in Burke County, North Carolina. The wife of Jason Wilson died young. The name, Cynthia, is found in the family of William Patton who died in Sumter County, Alabama, and in the family of Robert Patton who married Elizabeth Dysart and remained in Burke County, North Carolina."
the MARSHALL CO HISTORICAL QUARTELY, LEWISBURG, TN 37091 VOL.IV WINTER 1973-74 NO. IV a list of his children and who they married. this is on page 134. The info is from Newspaper clippings in the Dysart Reunion Register 1911 and 1912. The Dysarts were some of the first settlers around Bedford/Marshall Co. Tn.
I also show another Charity Dysart who m. Robert Patton about 1745.