South Carolinians held captive at Fort Marks during the Revolutionary War:

Christopher Gadsden - Lieut Governor
Thomas Ferguson - Privy Counselor
David Ramsey - Privy Counselor
Richard Hutson - Privy Counselor
Peter Timothy - Clerk of House of Representatives
John Edwards - Commissioner of the Navy Boat
Edward Blake - First Commissioner of the Navy Boat
Edward Rutledge
Hugh Rutledge - Judge of Admiralty
Anthony Toomer
Joseph Bee
Richard Beresford
John Berwick
D. Bordeaux
Robert Cochrane
Benjamin Cudworth
H. V. Crouch
J. S. Cripps
Edward Darrell
Daniel Dessaussure
George Flagg
William Hazil Gibbes
George Hall
Noble William Jones
William Johnstone
William Livingstone
William See
William Logan
Arthur Middleton
Edward McBready
John Mowatt
Edward North
Joseph Parker
Christopher Peters
Benjamin Postell
Samuel Prideaux
Dr. David Ramsay
General Jacob Reed
John Samsam
Thomas Sarage
Philip Smith
Edward Weyman
Benjamin Walter
Morton Wilkinson
James Wakefield
Isaac Holmes
Wm Hazell Gibbs
Thomas Heyward - Assistant Judge
Alexander Moultrie - Attorney General
Josiah Smith Jr. Commissioner of the Navy Boat
John Loveday - Messenger to Privy Council
John Sansum - Dep Marsh to Admiralty Court
Richard Lushington - Capt in Ct Militia
Jacob Read Capt in CT Militia
Thomas Savage Gent
John Ernest Poyas
Doctor John Budd
Doctor Peter Fayssoux
George Flags
Thomas Singleton
John Todd
Edward McCrary
Rev'd John Lewis
John Neufville - Privy Council
william Massey - Col & Depty Muster Master Gen.
William Johnson - House of Representative
Thomas Grimball - House of Representatives
Robert Cockran - Powder Receiver
Thomas Hall - Capt 2d Reg
William Hall - Comd of St. Brigg Not. Dame
William Livingston - Capt Militia
John Mouat  - Lieut Commander
James Hampden Thomson - teacher

Dr. Peter Fassoux and Mr. Thomas Savage were returned to Charleston before boat left.
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South Carolinians held captive at Fort St. Marks during the
Revolutionary War