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 >>Click Here<<
From Stephentown History YouTube channel: Historical markers unveiled in Stephentown, NY on November 7, 2020. >>Click Here<<
Historical markers honoring Stephentown veterans who served
during the American Revolution are unveiled for the first time. The markers were donated by the
William G. Pomeroy Foundation and have since been installed at various cemeteries in Stephentown where
veterans of the American Revolution are buried.