Lorena, I hope you saw message # 2449. The Court date was April 17, 1788. Justices present: Henry Smith, Thomas Carter, Charles Bickley, John Tate, Richard Price. The Vanhooks were also from Caswell Co., NC prior to their move to Russell Co., Va. The 1777 Tax List of Caswell Co., NC has a James Crumpton and a David Herndon in St. Lukes District. If your dates are correct for James Compton's service in the Revolution and the year is correct for the tax list, then it may not be the same James Compton/Crumpton. See the following at;
The 1st Maryland was organized as the Maryland Battalion in the spring of 1776 at Baltimore and Annapolis. Made up from men from northern and western Maryland, it was assigned to the Main Army under George Washington on 6 July 1776. Later the unit was reorganized and redesigneated as the 1st Maryland Regiment in January 1777. On 5 April 1780 it was assigned to the Southern Army under Horatio Gates and later Nathaniel Greene. One of the few Continental regiments that fought in both the Northern and Southern campaigns, it took part in the following major battles: Long Island, Harlem Heights, White Plains, Trenton-Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth, Camden, Cowpens, Guilford Courthouse, Hobkirk Hill, Ninety-Six and Eutaw Springs. It was furloughed on 27 July 1783 at Baltimore and disbanded 15 November 1783."