Lebanon, Connecticut

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Lebanon is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States.wikipedia
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New London County, Connecticut

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Lebanon is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States.
The highest point in the county is Gates Hill in the Town of Lebanon at approximately 660 feet (201 m) above sea level, and the lowest point is sea level.

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The town lies just to the northwest of Norwich, directly south of Willimantic, 20 mi north of New London, and 20 mi east of Hartford.
The CDP borders the towns of Coventry, Mansfield, Columbia, and Lebanon.

James Fitch (minister)

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In 1666, Connecticut granted an additional 120 acre to the Rev. James Fitch, minister of Norwich, adjacent to Maj. Mason's land which was now known as Cedar Swamp.
Rev. James Fitch (24 December 1622 – 19 November 1702) was instrumental in the founding of Norwich and Lebanon, Connecticut.

Village green

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The farming town is best known for its role in the American Revolution, where it was a major base of American operations, and for its historic town green, which is one of the largest in the nation and the only one still used partially for agriculture.
The largest green in the U.S. is a mile in length, and can be found in Lebanon, Connecticut.

John Trumbull Birthplace

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Connecticut's war effort during the Revolutionary War was directed from the War Office on the Green and the adjacent home of Gov. Jonathan Trumbull Sr.
The John Trumbull Birthplace, also known as the Governor Jonathan Trumbull House, is a historic house museum on the Lebanon Green in Lebanon, Connecticut.

John Trumbull

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Trumbull's children were also influential in the war effort: Joseph Trumbull was a colonel in the Continental Army, Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. was secretary to George Washington, and John Trumbull served first as a soldier and then as Washington's personal aide during the war.
Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, in 1756, to Jonathan Trumbull and Faith (née Robinson) Trumbull.

Jonathan Trumbull Jr.

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Trumbull's children were also influential in the war effort: Joseph Trumbull was a colonel in the Continental Army, Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. was secretary to George Washington, and John Trumbull served first as a soldier and then as Washington's personal aide during the war.
Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, the second son of Jonathan Trumbull Sr. (the eventual Governor of Connecticut) and his wife Faith Robinson, daughter of Rev. John Robinson.

Armand Louis de Gontaut

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In the winter and spring of 1781 (from November 1780 to June 21, 1781), the French duc de Lauzun's Legion of Horse, comprising 220 soldiers, encamped in Lebanon.
Lauzun's Legion left their winter quarters in Lebanon, Connecticut on 9 June 1781 and marched south through Connecticut known as the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route.

Martha Wadsworth Brewster

She was born on April 1, 1710 in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, a daughter of Joseph Wadsworth, Jr. and the granddaughter of Joseph Wadsworth, Sr. and Abigail Waite.

Lyman Memorial High School

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The Lebanon School District is responsible for the town's three schools, Lyman Memorial High School, Lebanon Middle School, and Lebanon Elementary School.
Lyman Memorial High School is an American high school in Lebanon, Connecticut.

Prince Saunders

Prince Saunders (1775–1839) was an African American teacher, scholar, diplomat, and author who was born in either Lebanon, Connecticut or Thetford, Vermont according to various sources.

Jonathan Trumbull

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Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, the son of Joseph Trumble (1678–1755) and his wife, Hannah Trumble (née Higley), the daughter of John Higley and Hannah Drake.

Eleazar Wheelock

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Wheelock was installed as the pastor of the Second Congregational Church of Lebanon, Connecticut, in February 1735.

William Beaumont

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William Beaumont was born to Samuel Beaumont and Lucretia Abel in Lebanon, Connecticut; his father was a farmer.

William Strong (Vermont politician)

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Strong was born in Lebanon, Connecticut in 1763 to Benajah and Polly (Bacon) Strong.

Joseph Trumbull (governor)

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Joseph Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut on December 7, 1782.

Nelson Dewey

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Dewey was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, on December 19, 1813, to Ebenezer and Lucy (née Webster) Dewey.

Joseph Trumbull (commissary general)

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Trumbull's children were also influential in the war effort: Joseph Trumbull was a colonel in the Continental Army, Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. was secretary to George Washington, and John Trumbull served first as a soldier and then as Washington's personal aide during the war.
Trumbull was born in Lebanon, Connecticut.

Ralph Randolph Gurley

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Gurley was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, and gained an early education.

William Williams (Connecticut politician)

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Williams was born in Lebanon, Connecticut, the son of a minister, Solomon Williams, and Mary Porter.

William Alfred Buckingham

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Born in Lebanon, Connecticut, Son of Samuel Buckingham (1770–1850) and Joanna (Matson) Buckingham (1777–1846), Buckingham attended the common schools and Bacon Academy in Colchester, Connecticut but never attended college.

Pelatiah Webster

Pelatiah Webster (born 1726 in Lebanon, Connecticut, died 1795 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was an American merchant, clergyman, and, from the beginning of the American Revolution, author of short essays concerning the finances and government of the fledgling United States.

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Lebanon is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States.

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Lebanon is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States.

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Lebanon is a town in New London County, Connecticut, United States.