Sixteen soldiers who fought in the American Revolution were commemorated during a ceremony and the unveiling
of historic roadside markers at the Stephentown Veterans Park at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020.
Participants included: Saratoga Battle Chapter Color Guard of the Sons of the American Revolution; members
of the Daughters of the American Revolution (some dressed in colonial garb); the Stephentown Veterans Group;
the Stephentown Historical Society; members the Sons of the American Revolution from various chapters (including Saratoga Battle Chapter);
and various town and other officials.
Members of the recreated Bauman's Company, Second Continental Artillery Regiment fired off a
Revolutionary War-era cannon replica during a veterans remembrance event in Veterans Memorial Park,
Stephentown, on Saturday, November 7.
Historic markers honoring Revolutionary War soldiers were unveiled during the Nov. 7 veterans
remembrance ceremony in Stephentown. The signs will be installed at several cemeteries throughout
Stephentown where many Patriots - some almost lost to time - were buried.
Dozens of people attended the remembrance ceremony Nov. 7 in Veterans Memorial Park in Stephentown.
For more information, here's a link to a Times Union article describing the event - Duty Calls: Revolutionary War soldiers to be honored