Ten Crucial Days Commemorative and Memorial Events

January 2, 2022 at Princeton Battlefield

In attendance, Davis Wright, President General of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, State Regent, Beth Watkins, Pennsylvania Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Logan Brown, Vice President, New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati, T. Jeffery Clark, Vice President, New Jersey Society, Sons of the Revolution, Robert C. Meyer, Vice President General, North Atlantic Middle States District of the Sons of the American Revolution, SAR Color Guard Commander, Lou Raborg, Vice Commander, Brooks Lyles, and units from the SAR Societies from New England, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia; and representatives from the legacy units that fought in the Trenton and Princeton Campaigns. From:

  • Rutland, England, LT David Brown, Company Commander, 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment B Leicester Company, representing the 17th Regiment of Foot. 
  • Fort Reilly KS, CAP William Sanders, and SFC Corey Kirkland, of the 1st Infantry Division, 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery, "Alexander Hamilton’s Own", representing The New York Provincial Company of Artillery.
  • Pennsylvania Army National Guard,1st Division, 111th Infantry Battalion, SFC Aaron Heft, representing The Philadelphia Associators.
  • Pennsylvania Army National Guard, The 103 Engineer Battalion, "The Dandy First", Battalion Commander, LT. COL Joseph Martinkis, representing the Philadelphia Artillery Battalion.
  • Delaware Army National Guard, the 198th Signal Battalion, Company Commander, COL Black and COL Wiley Blevins, representing Haslet’s 1st Delaware Regiment.
  • New Jersey National Guard, the 112th Field Artillery Battalion, MAJ Max Gourley, representing Neil’s Battery, East New Jersey Artillery.