of Joseph Trumbull Esq., Com(missar)y Genl., 4,183 pound(s) of Flower [sic] for the Colony of New hampshire.” Son of Conn.
Jonathan Trumbull, Joseph Trumbull had been appointed first Commissary General, to ensure rations for Conn.
Despite having experienced three such harrowing years of military duty, when his term expired, Kay Cambridge immediately re-enlisted.
The commissioners were impressed with the importance of having full information as to the value of slaves...
In the disturbed state of the country..would be difficult to assign value to slaves...
All loyal citizens should exert themselves to fill up this regiment, and thus aid in bringing the war to a speedy close....” Imprint of Clinton Public.
For years, New England had not produced sufficient wheat, and in 1775 could not provide flour for the Army.
Old soft folds, irregular right edge where torn by the thrifty scribe from a precious larger sheet of paper, else darkly penned, appealing and fine.
Independently recorded in Forgotten Patriots – African American and American Indian Patriots in the Revolutionary War: A Guide to Service, Sources, and Studies, published by the D.My Men are entirely unfit for Duty, though in Health, for the Want of Shirts, Breeches, Stockings and Shoes.Every Article of Cloathing in the Regiment is worn out...”--National Archives’ Founders Online.He was a member of the revolutionary convention leading to an independent state, in Jan.“During the war a stock of powder and balls kept as a reserve were stored in his house...