The list below shows ancestors who have made their impact by serving in the military during wartime. Like the Notable People list, this list is not all inclusive, and will grow over time as I have more time to research and document the activities of others in this database. Military veterans are grouped chronologically by war, and then alphabetically.French and Indian War
US Revolutionary War
- Woodson, Obadiah (1712-1767) – Captain of a Prince Edward County volunteer militia company that mounted several expeditions against the Shawnee Indians. Woodson relation.
War of 1812 US Civil War Indian Wars World War 1 World War 2 Korean Vietnam War
- Browning, Charles H (1746-1839) – Served as a captain; Woodson relation.
- Cobb, William (1730-1797) – Served as a lieutenant in Capt. Jesse Cobb's company of North Carolina troops. Cobb relation.
- Duncan, William (1725-1794) – Served as a 1st Lieutenant in John Hamilton's Company H of the Pennsylvania militia. Woodson Relation.
- Isbell, William (1731-1807) – Furnished beef, bacon, and wheat to the army. Woodson relation.
- McDaniel, Edward Lawrence (1756-1824) – Served in the South Carolina Militia and was wounded twice in battle. Woodson relation.
- McDill, John (1762-1848) – Served in the South Carolina militia. Woodson relation.
- Moffet, William (1738-1794) – Served as a private in Colonel Water's Regiment of South Carolina Troops. Woodson relation.
- Moore, Joseph (1730-1832) – Served in the 5th South Carolina Regiment. Cobb relation.
- Morton, John (1730-1796) – Served as a captain in the 4th Virginia Regiment. Woodson relation.
- Strother, John Dabney (1721-1795) – Served in the "Culpepper Committee Safety." Woodson relation.
- Woodson, Jacob (1748-1843) – Served as a captain in the 4th Virginia Regiment. Woodson relation.
- Reyes, Roy Cuaron (1931-2018) – Career soldier who distinguished himself during the Vietnam War, earning a Silver Star, two Bronze Star, and four Purple Heart medals. Reyes relation.