Hello Bonnie, These Huggins' were in South Carolina during the Rev. War.Capt. John Huggins, who was in Francis (the Swamp Fox) Marion's Brigade, was my direct ancestor (5x g-grandfather) and lived in/near Darlington County.The loyalist Huggins' probably also lived in South Carolina at the time, presumably around the Cheraws (?).I don't know the local geography, but the area at the time was called "Ninety-six."According to my historian friend, one William Huggins was an express rider for British General Lord Cornwallis in Ninety-six.The other William (or possibly the same one???) and David Huggins were soldiers (I don't know their ranks) in the loyalist Little River Militia, Ninety-six Brigade. This would have been around 1779-1781.I'm wondering if this William Huggins was the brother, or other relative of Capt. John Huggins??BTW, Capt. John's uncle Mark Huggins was also a captain in Marion's Brigade.Hope this helps, and that you or someone can help me clear up this fascinating little "history-mystery."