The Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Trumble Jr. (1705-1731) of Lebanon, Connecticut, the Eldest Son and Business Partner of Captain Joseph Trumble Sr., and Brother of Connecticut's Revolutionary War Governor, Jonathan Trumbull Sr., "Lost at Sea" aboard the Trumble Family's Merchant Vessel, the Brigantine "Lebanon", December 29, 1731, bound for the West Indies; and the History of the Trumble/Trumbull family of Lebanon, Connecticut. Fortuna Favet Audaci (fortune favors the bold).
Monday, May 22, 2017
Governor Jonathan Trumbull 302nd Birthday (1710-2012), Lebanon, Connecticut.
CTDAR Governor Jonathan Trumbull 302nd Birthday
Gov. Jonathan Trumbull House/Wadsworth Stable
CTSSAR Gov. Jonathan Trumbull 302nd Birthday
War Office, Lebanon, Connecticut
October 13, 2012
Members of the Connecticut Line, Living History/Color Guard Unit of the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution commemorate Gov. Trumbull's 302nd Birthday at the War Office in Lebanon, Connecticut.
Revolutionary War units stand at attention during the commemoration ceremonies.
"But how was it in Connecticut at that time? Jonathan Trumbull, of Lebanon, had been elected governor of Connecticut in 1769 by the free suffrages of the people, and was re-elected to the same office for fifteen years, to the close of the war; and there was no place in the charter given by Charles II, where the king of England could step in to stay those proceedings. Jonathan Trumbull was of the people and for the people, the right-hand counselor and helper of Washington through the whole revolutionary struggle."
1. The Memorial History of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884, Volume I, edited by J. Hammond Trumbull LL.D., Edward L. Osgood Publisher, Boston, 1886, page 59. The War Office is owned and maintained by the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
The Governor Jonathan Trumbull House and Wadsworth Stable are owned and maintained by the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution.