Revolutionary Era Visitors to Warwick
Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799: Series 5 Financial Papers
(Washington stopped at Warwick) by Jonathan
Trumbull Jr., July, 1782, Revolutionary
War Accounts, Vouchers, and Receipted
•May 20, 1779: “This morning the weather still
continued rainy necessity obliged
us to continue the march, the
traveling is extremely bad, and 9 o’clock
made a halt at a small village called Warwick, NY, six miles. Here we took breakfast at Baird’s Tavern, from whence we proceeded on the march to Hardiston, NJ 7 miles .”These troops were on the march to join Gen. Sullivan’s expedition against the Indians.
•Oct. 20, 1779: 3d
Regiment Continental Line, Capt.
Phillip Du Bois Beiver & Lieut. Frees
•Dec. 6, 1782 the
Marquis de Chastellux, part of the