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).
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Washington/Rochambeau Revolutionary War Encampment/Reenactment, Lebanon, Connecticut.
Lebanon Green. In the foreground, the camp of the New England Contingent SAR, Living History/Color Guard Unit of the New England District of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (1999-2006). I had the honor of commanding the New England Contingent SAR as its Colonel from its organization in October 1999 to its disbandment in October 2006. The living history unit was composed of SAR members from throughout New England.
In the Foreground, the New England Contingent SAR stand at attention during the Washington/Rochambeau W3R Marker Dedication Ceremonies at the Governor Jonathan Trumbull House/Wadsworth Stable in Lebanon, Connecticut, October 1, 2005.