|Birth: ||May 12, 1753|
|Death: ||Dec. 29, 1826|
Zaccheus Roberts was the son of Edward Roberts of Pennsylvania. His mother's name is unknown. Zaccheus was a Revolutionary War Soldier who fought in South Carolina in the war for American Independence. He was in the Battle of Fort Moultrie, the Battle of Hanging Rock and the Battle of Eutaw Springs.
The pension application of Zaccheus's widow, Nancy Brashears Roberts states that he served under the following officers in the war: Capt. Eli Cashaw [Kershaw], Lt. Col. Mason [James Mayson] and Col. Thompson. Records for Capt. Kershaw and Lt. Col. Mason and Col. Thompson state that they were in the 3rd South Carolina Rangers.
Edward Roberts (1729 - 1789)
Nancy Brashears Roberts (1773 - 1850)*
Brasher Roberts (1795 - 1862)*
Nancy Roberts Nesmith (1800 - 1867)*
Elizabeth Roberts Nesmith (1802 - ____)*
Isaac Roberts (1812 - 1890)*
Created by: C. R. Lane
Record added: Nov 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62308835
C. R. Lane
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My 4times back grandfather. I am so proud to be one of your great-great-great-great grandaughters. What a wonderful legacy you left for us to follow. Proud tohave visited ourroberts cemetary thsnk you don and mary for all the workyou have done|
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Honoring DAR Ancestor Number A204670|
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Thank you for fighting for our country and freedom, we all love you,|
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