THE CONNECTICUT SOCIETY OF THE
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Founded April 2, 1889, our purpose is to keep alive the memory of
men and women who fought or gave service for Independence in the American Revolutionary War.

 

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Sites Located in Lebanon

William Williams house

Description: On the corner of the road leading from Lebanon to Windham is the house once occupied by the William Williams, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. It has been slightly modified, but its general appearance is... Read more about William Williams house

Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. House

Description: Jonathan Trumbull Jr., son of Connecticut's Revolutionary War Governor, served as General George Washington's secretary during the American Revolution and was later governor of Connecticut from 1797-1809. His home with its hand-carved paneling and corner fireplaces is the house... Read more about Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. House

Governor Trumbull's War Office

Description: During the American Revolution, the former store and office where Jonathan Trumbull conducted his mercantile business became the headquarters to plan the defense of the colony of Connecticut. Located near the northwest corner of the Hartford-Norwich Highway (Route... Read more about Governor Trumbull's War Office

Governor Jonathan Trumbull's House

Description: The Trumbull House is the home of Connecticut's Revolutionary War Governor, the only colonial governor to support the war for independence. Washington, Franklin, the Adamses, Rochambeau, and Lafayette came here for conferences.  Built between 1735 and 1740, the house... Read more about Governor Jonathan Trumbull's House