I found the following info on Willam Jenkins and his uncle Thomas Jenkins, both Rev War Soldiers.Am trying to find their descendants.
"Marylanders to Carolina, Migration of Marylanders to NC and SC Prior to 1800," by Henry C. Peden, Jr., pg. 93:
William Jenkins was born in Clear Creek, MD, (no county stated) and lived in York Co., SC at the time of his enlistment in the Rev War in the spring of 1780.He served under his uncle, Capt. Thomas Jenkins, as a Sergeant and was in the Battle of Huck's Defeat.He was captured by Tories at his home and was imprisoned in jail at Ninety Six, SC.He later became a Lieutenant and then Captain.Ten years after the war he moved to Pendleton District, SC, for 20 years, then to Rutherford Co., TN, for 1 year, then to Franklin Co., TN, for 7 or 8 years, and then to Jackson Co., AL.He applied for a pension (S31774) on August 4, 1832, aged 71 (Reference Virgil D. White's "Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, Waynesboro, TN, Nat'l Historical Publishing Co, 1990, pg. 1831; and Bobby Gilmore Moss' "Roster of SC Patriots in the American Revolution, Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985, pg. 498.)His age in 1832 is given as 81, not 71, in "Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama," by Thomas M. Owen, pg. 62 (1911).