Jonathan Trumbull Signs A Connecticut Legal Document
by JONATHAN TRUMBULL
JONATHAN TRUMBULL (1710-1785). Trumbull was the Revolutionary War-era Connecticut Governor, and the only one to support the patriot cause. He was a close friend of George Washington. DS. 1pg. September 15, 1763. Lebanon [Connecticut]. A partly-printed document signed “Jonth Trumbull Assist.” Trumbull wrote to the Sheriff of Windham County concerning seizing the property of Bazaleel Badger of Lebanon and that Badger must appear before the Justice Isaac Huntington. There is additional writing on the back. The document has a quarter-sized stain on the right margin and a large signature. It is accompanied by a transcription. (Inventory #: 3988)
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