Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House

Jonathan Trumbull Jr. served as the northern army’s paymaster general, and then as military secretary to General George Washington. He served with Washington at Yorktown and until the Treaty of Paris was signed in 1783. General Washington probably stayed in his house March 4, 1781.

The Trumbull Jr. House is owned by the Town of Lebanon and open to the public.

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