Battle Of Colson's Mill
The Battle of Colson's Mill was a battle of the American Revolutionary War that took place in North Carolina on July 21, 1780.
A Patriot militia under William Lee Davidson scattered a gathering of Loyalists at Colson's Mill, near the junction of the Rocky and Pee Dee Rivers in present-day Stanly County, North Carolina.
More victories over loyalist groups followed. A month after the Ramsour's Mill battle, other Loyalists were defeated at a place called Colson's Mill on the Pee Dee, and on July 31 Major Davie swept down on another band of Tories near the British garrison at Hanging Rock and defeated them. But a week later, though he did heavy damage and inflicted casualties, Davie was not able to overwhelm the defending garrison there.