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).
Revolutionary War Office of Gov. Jonathan Trumbull and the Connecticut Council of Safety 1775-1783
"In this office Governor Trumbull conducted his great commercial business, and through the war of the Revolution the Council of Safety, or War Council of the colony, held most of its sessions here, and it became by force of circumstances not only the military but also the naval headquarters of all the land and marine forces of the colony during that war."
A Revolutionary War 13 star flag flies over the historic War Office
Historical Wood Relic from The Lebanon War Office
(certificate/souvenir of the War Office, circa 1970's)
Members of the Connecticut Line, Living History/Color Guard Unit of the Connecticut Society
of the Sons of the American Revolution muster at the War Office, Lebanon, Connecticut
1. History of New London County, Connecticut, with Biographical Sketches of many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men, Compiled under the supervision of D. Hamilton Hurd, Philadelphia, 1882, pages 489-490, Digitized by Google, Google books, <https://books.google.com>.
The War Office is owned and maintained by the
Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution