I found a marriage for them in NJ. New Jersey Marriage Records, 1665-1800, Marriage Licenses, M-N, Page 277 McKinney, Antje, and Philip Bright, Somerset 1768 Nov. 26
Raised in the early Spring of 1777 by wealthy Beverley Robinson, the LOYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT consisted almost entirely of New York loyalists from lower Dutchess and Westchester Counties. Robinson managed sixty thousand acres and 146 tenant farms in Dutchess County.
Loyalists in the Southern Campaign, Volume III, Loyal American Regiment, Page 330
Muster roll, Major Thomas Barkleys CoLoyal American Regiment, Flushing,Long Island, 17 June 1781 PrivateBright, Philip Loyalists in the Southern Campaign, Volume III, Loyal American Regiment, Page 330 Oct 25, 1780 PrivateBright,Philipon guard
Documents relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, Vol II 1778 WAS taken up by the subscriber, living in Bedminster township, county of Somerset, a NEGRO MAN about 25 years of age, five feet seven inches high; had on a thickset coat, striped linen jacket, sailor's trowsers and thread stockings. He goes by the name of Ben, but says he was formerly called Harry. Said Negro was taken up at Hacket's town; the owner is desired to apply, prove his property, pay charges, and take him away.