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Town of Wallingford Rededication to the Birthplace of Lyman Hall

Dear Compatriots, A great dedication to signer Lyman Hall was made possible by the restoration of the site of Hall’s birthplace and childhood home by Boy Scout Troop 4 Chris Farrell for his Eagle Scout project. CTSSAR Wadsworth Branch members … Continue reading

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Nathan Hale Branch CTSSAR at work

Photo by a member of the Nathan Hale branch Photos from the ceremony organized by the Capt. Nathan Hale Branch of the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution were published in The New London Day’s May 24, … Continue reading

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Patriot John Nolton in the News

Chairman, Revolutionary War Graves Committee: With thanks to Mr. Peter Marteka of the Hartford Courant, the following information and attached article are submitted for addition to the SAR Graves Register. Patriot: ROLLO, John Nolton Died: 20 Mar 1777, age 26 … Continue reading

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Connecticut Line CTSSAR – REPORT – Patriot’s Day Parades

Dear Compatriots of the Connecticut Line CTSSAR, I would like to thank the 19 members who came out and marched with the Connecticut Line CTSSAR in the parades yesterday commemorating PATRIOT’S DAY in Concord and Lexington. I would also like … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade – Report

Dear Compatriot Members of the Connecticut Line CTSSAR, I received a phone call this morning from Major Mike Juhase that WE, the SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION won FIRST PLACE as BEST reenactment unit in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade … Continue reading

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Bunker Hill Burials Located

A curator from Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia has collaborated with a Charlestown historian to determine the site where one or two dozen British soldiers were buried. They wish to use ground-penetrating radar to inspect a number of sites stretching down … Continue reading

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Nathan Hale Schoolhouse in The News

Compatriots, For those who didn’t see the news last night. http://www.wfsb.com/video/18054456/index.html Patriotically, Stephen P. Shaw 1st VP, Technologies Manager, Property Steward, Etc Connecticut, Sons of the American Revolution www.ConnecticutSAR.org

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Moving Day for Nathan Hale

Compatriots, What a great day to move out all of the contents of the Nathan Hale Schoolhouse in New London. Nice and sunny but in the twenties with lots of wind. We go it done in so little time because … Continue reading

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Veterans Day Parade 2008

Compatriots of the Connecticut Line, Just wanted to report on todays VETERANS DAY PARADE in Hartford, Connecticut. It was a Great day! We had a good showing and great weather. I would like to thank the following members for participating … Continue reading

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Stark’s Muster 2008

Compatriots of the Connecticut Line CTSSAR, Stark’s Muster at the Fort at Number Four in Charlestown, New Hampshire was a great success. This was the units 9th year participating at the Fort. Stark’s Muster has been added to the Fort’s … Continue reading

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