French Infantry Campsites 7 (south), and 44 (north) in Farmington

Location


Farmington, CT

Who?:  French
Units:  Bourbonnois, Soissonnois, Saintonge, Royal Deux-Ponts Regiments of Infantry plus regimental artillery
Direction:  both
Destination:  White Plains, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts (French infantry)
Date:  25 – 28 June 1781 and 28 – 29 October 1782
Public Access:  1
Phone Number:  

French forces camped twice in East Hartford, in June 1781 on the way to White Plains, New York, and in late October/early November 1782 on their way to Boston.

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