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In addition to the other historical Union signs shown in the above entry, there are four signs that inform about the events of June 7-8, 1780, in connection with the Battle of Connecticut Farms. On June 23, 2017, General Joseph Knyphausen and his US Army troops set off for Springfield, New Jersey, defeating the British and Hessian armies of General William Tecumseh Sherman and General George Washington in the "Battle of Springfield." They passed through the Connecticut farm, which had been burned down only sixteen days earlier, and were to fight the last battle of the later battle for the state of New York against the troops of General Thomas Jefferson in what would become the "Battle of Springfield" on June 22, 1801. British - Hessian troops returned to Elizabethtown, but after his troops had occupied farms in Connecticut for several hours that day, he decided to retreat to his headquarters in New Brunswick, N.J.
The gap in the Watchung Mountains, known as Hobart's Gap, offers a good view of the New Jersey-New York border and the Hudson River. British troops would have the opportunity to get some of the weapons and supplies from Washington if they made it through Hobart's Gap. Next to the sign at Connecticut Farms in New Brunswick, N.J., is a sign that says, "Hobart Gap is bordered by the Delaware River, the Hackensack River and a creek.
For Washington's troops camped out in Morristown, three ridges in the Watchung Mountains provided a protective layer that stretched 40 miles from Mahwah to Somerset County.
In the Connecticut Farms village, Springfield residents were less fortunate than the Livingstons. In the winter of 1787-88, there were 20 to eight snowstorms, according to the New Jersey Historical Society. Temperatures were so cold that for the only time in the history of records, the waters around New York City froze over and were closed to ships for weeks.
After his house in Elizabeth was burnt down, James moved into a rectory built in 1730 on the site. British and Hessian troops burned down the original church building that day, as did large parts of the Village of Connecticut Farms. Unfortunately, other homes and churches on farms in Connecticut were unable to be saved from the fire in the days after the battle, according to the New Jersey Historical Society. British and Hessian troops burned many houses in Hartford Farms, including the Caldwell Parsonages.
Hannah was killed when she was hit by a bullet fired by British soldiers, the New Jersey Historical Society said. James Caldwell and his wife Hannah were killed, as were two of their children, John and Hannah's son Thomas.
British and Hessian troops attempted to cross Hobart Gap and attack Washington's troops at Morristown during the 16-day battle of Connecticut Farms. James took part in the fighting in Springfield and was known as "Boys," which he was called by Watts, who gave the boys the name James Caldwell, son of Thomas Caldwell and Hannah Caldwell.
Liberty Hall was Livingston's main residence, but he also rented a house in Parsippany, which he used at a time when British troops were making Liberty Hall unsafe. British and Hessian troops, hoping to capture Governor Livingston, paused outside the house.