John DILDINE and Herman DILDINE were Loyalists during the Revolution.Herman fought in the Snow Campaign and was taken prisoner to Charleston SC.John fought at Fort Ninety Six.I think he went to Quebec later.(I am not absolutely sure that John went to CAN)Herman retained his land and stayed in SC. He died there.Herman was in SC as early as 1772.(this I can prove).His 'right heir' Jonathan DILDINE sold the property.Jonathan moved on to TN. I am asking you all to look at your files and see if there is a John and Herman DILDINE from NJ unaccounted for.When Johann Hermannus wrote his will in 1769 he did not know where Herman was.I have no idea which John we are talking about.John and Herman had a direct path from NJ/PA to SC on the Great Philadelphia Road.Jonathan, son of Herman was born on the South Branch of the Potomac Rive in VA in 1763.That would have been Old Fredrick Co Va which is now WV.So we know Herman was in that part of VA in 1763 because Jonathan , his son, said he was carried to the Carolinas by his parents. According to Johann Hermannus DILDINE's will, his son Herman had children.Maybe John was an older son of Herman.Jonathan fought in the NC line during the Revolution.Please help me put these Dildine in their proper family charts.