French Infantry Camp 14 (south) in Phillipsburg/White Plains

The main body of the French was encamped west of Issac Tompkin’s Farm. Some of them were encamped on Underhill’s ridge for or five hundred yards south/southwest of the Tompin’s Farm. The encampment at White Plains is the fourteenth French camp since departure from their first camp in Providence, Rhode Island, on June 18, 1781.

Units
Bourbonnois, Soissonnois, Saintonge, Royal Deux-Ponts Regiments of Infantry plus regimental artillery
Date
Direction
Destination
north
Allied forces prepare for the siege of New York City which is aborted once news arrives from Admiral de Grasse on August 14, 1781, that he is sailing to the Chesapeake.
Latitude
Longitude
41.0079756
-73.82209656
Address
Zipcode
Underill Rd. and Evandale, Scarsdale, New York
10583
City
State
Scarsdale
NY
Phone Number